Joggle collects content across devices on Web

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Fabrik on Monday introduced Joggle, a new Web service powered by Adobe AIR that promises to make it easier to keep track of and share your stuff.

Joggle helps you gather photos, music and video from disparate devices, Web sites and services into one place, accessible using the Joggle viewer. You can gather files you've stored on social media sites, online communities, computers, and storage devices together, according to Fabrik.

Once the content is tracked by Joggle, you can manipulate it and share it, creating slideshows, playlists and other publishing techniques through Joggle "widgets" that get embedded on Web sites. Joggle lets people work either online or from a desktop application.

The Joggle service will launch in a private beta in February, with a public beta expected to be released in Spring.

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