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Dave Lee | 10:42 UK time, Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Jemima Kiss has lifted the lid on a top-secret BBC project ... almost:

The first product of the [RAD] lab is this: the social media guide. It's a personalised aggregation tool for online media content, pulling in not just BBC TV and radio but your favourite content from YouTube, 4OD and the rest of the web. It's extremely sexy, but, alas, in closed beta and extremely hidden. So hidden that we're not allowed a screen grab of it in case anyone panics and thinks it's a real, finished product.

The good news is that you can follow developments at RAD (that's Rapid Application Development) on the new RAD Lab blog. So far, Chris Needham has been explaining experiments in RadioDNS.

Dave Lee is co-editor, BBC Internet blog, BBC Online, BBC Future Media & Technology.

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