I have to admit that I spend most of my time on Twitter. Facebook has been nothing but a hobby for me. There are people that do dedicate a lot of time to Facebook and have many friends on that website. If you have used Facebook before, you know that it’s easy to get overwhelmed with everything that goes on that website. All the polls, events, fun apps to play with can be very distracting. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had access to a service that organized your Facebook data for you and enabled you to network more effectively offline? That’s what Hotlist is all about. It’s a cool service that connects to your Facebook account and extracts your friends and their activities. So you can easily figure out where your friends are going to be in the future and where you can possibly meet up with them.
Hotlist lets you find out about events that are going on in your area. It provides you with a smooth overview of the locations where your friends are going to be at and the event descriptions as well. You can filter through your results by venue or events.
I am personally guilty of not connecting with people offline (not enough anyway). So it’s nice to have access to services such as Hotlist that make it easier for me to decide which events to attend or whom to catch up with. Being active on Twitter and Facebook doesn’t mean that you should stop meeting people face to face. With Hotlist, you can go about doing it much more conveniently. The service needs a bit of work but it’s based on a good concept.
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