Whether the majority of us will openly admit it or not, it is a fact that the new generation just entering the workforce has evolved out of “old” ways of communications (like.. er.. email for instance) and has found a much more relevant communication platform on social networks, and following social graphs and lifestreams.
Social networks such as Facebook are, or will invariably be, a part of the future of communications between companies, partners or individuals.
Fuser in an interesting service that is helping people accept this fact and evolve into the new paradigm — it helps integrate all of your email and social networking accounts into one easily accessible inbox.
This is similar to Orgoo, but the Facebook integration will be important for a number of reasons. First of all, it would let you use a regular email client to access and reply to Facebook or MySpace messages, overcoming the limitations with their built-in ones. Secondly, it will let Fuser perform better analytics on your emails, to hopefully integrate functionality similar to Xobni in the future.
They already have a Leaderboard feature which is a step in that direction — it tells you who sends you messages most frequently.
I haven’t been able to test is long enough to know how good the service is with Spam — can someone from the community test these guys to see if the integration of social networks and email is a successful combination?