Selection of browsers and social networks.
The web browser Mozilla Firefox is free. It was developed and distributed by the Mozilla Foundation with the help of hundreds of volunteers through the methods of development of free software / open source and free source code.
Chrome is Google's browser-based components borrowed from Safari (Webkit) and Mozilla (Firefox).
Twitter is a network of real-time information that allows to blog by sending via his mobile, his or her computer tablet short messages of 140 characters called "Tweets". Twitter allows you to access all the news that interests you. Publish your messages and get those people you "follow".
Facebook is the most used social network in the world. It allows to publish information (photographs, videos, links, text, etc..), create pages or groups to share with their friends, their relatives and acquaintances.
Pinterest is a virtual board where you can "pin" links, images or videos. Pinterest offers its members the opportunity to organize and share content on various topics.
Pearltrees is a free online service that allows everyone to organize and share what he likes in the Internet. Following the logic of content curation (bring out the best content from the web) this search engine community based on the idea that the proliferation of various types of content (blogs, videos posted, tweets, etc..) requires a new organization of Internet, more semantic inspired.
Whith Scoop.it! youn can easily publish your own "web magazine". It is a tool that will search the net information that may interest you based on the theme of your page and allows you to highlight this content on your page or any item of your choice.