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The click-time continuum…

In physics, spacetime is any mathematical model that combines space and time into a single construct called the space-time continuum. However, on the web, “space” as we understand it – is irrelevant, therefore the construct which governs the virtual world would combine time and clicks, called the click-time continuum.

OK, enough of the egghead stuff… you can view your very own click-time continuum or “timeline”, for short, from your profile page. It visualizes your site clickstream along a timeline which you can pull and drag.

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Say hello to my little friend! Uhm, I mean feed.

We can’t take credit for this, since it was another great idea from you guys.

Many of you noted, that importing your raw clickstream feed into services such as iStalkr, Jaiku and Dandelife can result in RSS overload. So to keep things clean, you now have access to a “site clickstream” which, as you may have guessed, is your clicks aggregated by domain, rather than a multitude of pages.

You can get your feed from your profile page, just click on the Feeds tab and enjoy!

Server Maintenance

Our server will be under going maintenance, for a few hours tonight (May 24th). Service may be down for as long as 24 hours. This upgrade is to support additional traffic and usage, overall performance should also increase.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Better page suggestions in the sidebar

We’ve upgraded the clickstream tab in the sidebar to display page suggestions based on the current site you are on.

So for example, when you’re on youtube.com you’ll see all the pages for YouTube in your sidebar.

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Tip: Mouseover and hover for the meta

MetaDid you know you can mouseover many elements to get meta data?

Give it a try, just hover over any user profile image for at least 1 second, or the hits box in the public clickstream to see who is on that site.

TechCrunch – Social Bookmarking Meets Big Brother: Cluztr

Duncan Riley:

“I should be horrified by a service that tracks and publicly exposes every site you visit, and yet for some reason this one stands out. Perhaps like much of society as a whole I’ve become engulfed by a wave of voyeurism, and Cluztr wets my appetite.”

http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/05/12/social-bookmarking-meets-big-brother-cluztr/

What are people saying about Cluztr?

Check out the media buzz: http://www.cluztr.com/about/buzz/