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Amongst Memetrackers, Memeorandum is Money

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Peter Cashmore has a round-up of memetrackers, who want to compete with Memeorandum. (TailRank should be in there!). He points to Two new sites, Megite and Chuquet. They are good first attempts, but lack what Memeorandum’s has – a simple, easy to comprehend, user experience. They are too complicated and well, not easy on the eye. Bonus link: An Interview with Memeorandum creator Gabe Rivera.

10 Responses to “Amongst Memetrackers, Memeorandum is Money”

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  2. I agree; as I’ve commented on Pete’s blog I think I’ve spent around 90% of my effort on since November 2004 on the engine and about 10% on the UI.

    The UI is the next focus: a simpler initial impression with less ‘fuss’, but allowing the user to drill into interesting stuff as needed.

    Mind you, I have had some very positive feedback about the Chuquet way of presenting things…