Sometimes sharing on Facebook and Twitter feels hyperactive, when I’d rather be hyperpersonal

Sure, I’m on Facebook and Twitter - they are both indispensible to my social media life.  But there are times when I’d simply like to share photos with a few friends in a single, collaborative place.  Like when I attend a birthday party and there are 10 people taking photos, including me, but I only end up seeing everyone else’s pics after they’ve uploaded them to Facebook or Flickr or Twitter or whereever and I have to track them down like an online treasure hunt.  Well, track no more!  Now I can set up a collaborative album on the fly, invite my friends, and all those great mug shots end up in one live – private – photostream with Cooliris‘ LiveShare 1.2.  Very very cool.  Because there are times when I want to share like a hyperactive ninja.  And there are times when I want to share with an inner circle of real – hyperpersonal – relationships.
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About Kathy Johnson

Kathy is the co-founder of Consort Partners PR. As the first spokesperson and co-founder of Blinkx.tv (publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange), she generated extensive media coverage for the company in sources including CNN, NBC, BBC, CBS, Fast Company, Business Week, SF Chronicle, Boston Globe, NY Times, Die Welt, and many others through the U.S., U.K., Europe and Japan. From these early relationships with reporters, venture capitalists, and influencers, Consort Partners PR was born in 2005. Kathy has also served as an advisor to Japan’s Prime Minister Koizumi for FDI & Tourism, voted "2004 Agenda Setter" by silicon.com alongside Steve Jobs, Meg Whitman, and Chinese Premier Hu Jintao, and was nominated for 2008 Lifetime Achievement Stevie Award. Hobbies include painting running, painting, bird feeding, and eating.

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