Anything can happen when two scientists start experimenting. Developer of technologies that
“promote the synthesis and aggregation”
of social information, Blue Shift Software
Laboratory (BSSL) is now burning events.
EventBurn is an online service that makes social content more useful for events and conferences by automatically summarizing the top links, (re) tweets, photos, users, and creates a browsable long-term archive of data. “Between Twitter and Facebook, there can be thousands, tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of messages surrounding a given conference,” says Co-founder Dan Frankowski, “We want to burn them all.”