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Review of Snackr – RSS Ticker

Ruben Quinones November 5, 2010 Category Social Media

Google Reader Desktop Application

Hungry for real time information while you work?  This app created by Adobe Air, is a social media addict’s dream.  We just installed it recently, although its been around for a couple of years.  Join guest Micheal Stearne as we discuss this application.

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Duration of Video:  3 min 41 sec.

Ruben Quinones: Welcome back to another episode of Path TV. I am your host Ruben Quinones you look me you had him before Michael Stearne we had another feedback on the Google App review.

Michael Stearne: Google Goggles review.

Ruben Quinones: Google Goggle’s review so we will do more on that. But as you know this is a new set in this is our Annex we call Annex.

Michael Stearne: We call Ruben room 1008.

Ruben Quinones: I call it Annex.

Michael Stearne: Ruben calls it Annex because he is trying to be mayor of same place called Annex.

Ruben Quinones: That is another episode which I created first you four squares I think it’s the person who creates the venue first

Michael Stearne: Ruben when did you get Keys to this place?

Ruben Quinones: Would you

Michael Stearne: Before you inquired of this location

Ruben Quinones: So anyways we just want to review I think we call this a desktop App right.

Michael Stearne: Right.

Ruben Quinones: You introduced it to me and you qualified with Ruben and you probably don’t need this because you are already interning ADD because you are social Apps. What is the name of that and now I feel like I am a Wall Street day trainer.

Michael Stearne: Yeah certainly you see more distractions more the first things I do is open up the Google read in and check out my feeds.

Ruben Quinones: Right.

Michael Stearne: And you know that’s kind of an active you know thing to do I put it something more passive in the back grounds to make my feed prettier so Snackr app it is known as Adobe application

Ruben Quinones: Please spell that one

Michael Stearne: It is S-N-A-C-K-R.net

Ruben Quinones: Ok

Michael Stearne: But it does it really connects with Google reader and it gets few latest feeds and think of a format. So you have latest information is passing by and if you have a glance of it to see quick

Ruben Quinones: And I have started yesterday I mean I don’t really think I feel like I am a day trigger all the news coming in

Michael Stearne: News comes so quick in I mean few times when you have thousand plus new stories in my Google reader so I can’t keep up with that so this kind of release makes me feel that I am reading a lot.

Ruben Quinones: So if you just use for few days you feel like it is knowledge distraction or it is more productive you feel like you are learning more in quick fashion like you know that’s it.  I talk about

Michael Stearne: In no way it will help with focus but does it help me in giving up open to —— and going to Google reader.

Ruben Quinones: Ok very good alright will continue the same thing and link it in the blog post. So thank you very much for our first interview in the Annex since I am the mayor. So have a Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening  whenever you are watching this take care I will see you next time.


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