MySpace pages MSN Spaces with the search functionality of Google and all its features, and you’ll see what Baidu is trying to create: BaiduSpace 百度空间, now in beta in China. Blogger Xiong Jiezeng has an analysis (in Chinese) of what works and what doesn’t, which should be of great help to the feature’s developers.
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Major portals often feature a section on travel (旅游), so it is only a matter of time before some Chinese guy combined travel with the Flickr/Douban social software interface.
PostShow directs us to the latest one, tuniu (途牛) – share your photos, stories and advice about your latest journeys!
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Chinese blogger Xu Jie says Baidu’s Baike wikipedia (see earlier post on its launch) is a disappointment:
Baidu’s Baike [an alternate Chinese wikipedia] has finally formally launched. but it’s nothing to get excited about…I looked around a bit and most of the articles are naked plagiarism. They’ve hypocritically put links to reference material at the…
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Makepic.com makes name-stamp images and bar codes on the fly, amongst other things.
Tag人.cn (Tag People.cn) is a registry of people who have tagged themselves things such as Beijing, designer, NBA or ajax. You register, assign tags to yourself, and other people find you through tags.
http://www.tagren.cn (Thanks Micah!)
Via 分享2.0 via PostShow.
K68.cn assigns “missions.” Each mission comes with its objectives, a time limit, and also its (monetary) reward. The missions are all digital work (数字化工作), and so far there are missions for logo design, copy writing in other languages, and programming.
Yet, every mission is open to the public. Anyone can compete, and the best one wins.…
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