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Today’s cool app is OrSiSo, an Adobe AIR application available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. OrSiSo is a social-network and chat-network aggregator, which currently supports Facebook, LinkedIn, Flickr, Friendster, Twitter, AIM, Windows Live (MSN) Messenger and Yahoo Messenger.

The idea of OrSiSo is to organize, keep track of and communicate with all your friends across all these networks. I certainly have been looking for a program which does just this.

orsisoChat

As an instant-messaging client, OrSiSo doesn’t offer many options or frills, but does well as a chat client, especially with a combined buddy-list from all your networks. It’s worth noting that hyperlinks aren’t yet supported in the chat; I hope that this is fixed in a future release.

orsisoTwitterPopup

Pop-up alerts are per network, and are treated like pages which you can flip through if you wish. Hyperlinks work here, and updates can be paused if and when you’re busy.

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orsisoPhotoAlbum

Photo albums can be viewed from within the program; there’s no need to open a new browser window or tab. That’s definitely convenient.

orsisoSocialFirewall

The best and most unique features of OrSiSo are so-called the Social Craft and the Social Firewall. These settings let you organize your various “circles” of friends through drag-and-drop lists, and then customize which updates you see. In the example above, I’ve organized everyone into one of four circles, with the fourth circle reserved for persons from whom I don’t particularly care to hear from (I find myself regretting the mass-follow I did a couple months ago). You can filter received messages and updates by social circles just about anywhere in the program.

OrSiSo’s makers promise that their program will let you Organize, Simplify, and Socialize. I’ve found it easy to learn, use and is very well-rounded with features. Does it do the trick for you? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Aaron
    June 11, 2009 at 6:52 pm

    WOW! 185,000k of memory, an all I had loaded were Facebook, Twitter and Flickr. Memory hog like I've never seen before. Pass.

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