Springpad has launched a new semantically-powered app called Friends’ Stuff. The article states, “Rolling out over the next month, the social notebook is a unique way to discover and act on all the movies, television shows, books, music and places your friends recommend without worrying about saving it for later when they first mentioned it. The real-time web has moved beyond conversation to become a valuable source of useful information from the people you trust, but the problem is that it’s not readily available when you want or need it… The Friends’ Stuff social notebook makes it easy to see your friends’ likes and check-ins when you’re ready for their recommendations.”

According to the article, “Friends Stuff utilizes Springpad’s semantic data technology that has helped 2 million users to save more than 15 million movies, books, albums, products, places and recipes. Starting with the Facebook integration, your friends’ “Likes and Check-ins” will all be instantly aggregated, organized and enhanced to help you bridge the gap from discovery to action with recommendations from the people you trust.”

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