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by Max Lee on September 3rd, 2008
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In a recent post over at Gizmodo about the Google Chrome’s End User License Agreement (EULA), Google supposedly owns everything that you “do” on the Google Chrome. Of course, we think that the EULA was just worded vaguely but probably didn’t mean to mean that Google is going ...
by Max Lee on August 19th, 2008
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Yahoo Buzz is now open for bloggers! If you haven’t about the buzz, you will have to check it out as Yahoo Buzz just went public, meaning any blogger can have their blog posts up at Yahoo Buzz for millions of people to vote on. If you make it to the first page, expect a LOT of traffic to your ...
by Max Lee on July 15th, 2008
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Wow, WordPress 2.6 is out with some really cool new features. First of all, the new WordPress 2.6 adds ability to edit multiple revisions, sorta like Wiki editing. Second, the new WordPress allows you to cut and paste text and images easily using a bookmarklet. Check out the video for the features: ...
by Max Lee on July 13th, 2008
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This is a guide to blogging your nuts out when you are traveling or outdoors without an access to a computer.  Of course, we will be using a cellphone PDA to blog ourselves nuts. First and foremost, you can simply use an email client to write your articles. I highly recommend that you publish your ...
by Max Lee on July 6th, 2008
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TinyURL now allows for users to add their custom alias. For example, you can now go to http://tinyurl.com/zedomaxnet to access this blog. I think since TinyURL really bases itself on redirecting, there should be no problems as far as SEO is concerned. In short, TinyURL just got better! via louisgra ...
by Max Lee on July 1st, 2008
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It seems like some of the bloggers on blogger.com with anti-obama blogs have been blocked. Personally, I don’t have a political opinion here but it looks like Google is marking those blogs as “spam”. I am not sure what Google’s policies are on political blogs but just as an a ...
by Max Lee on June 25th, 2008
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Well, this one’s pretty simple but a lot of people forget to put nofollow on links that are going out. I don’t mean you should put nofollow on blogroll links but links like feedburner, flickr, and other free services you link to. Don’t simply copy and paste as you are giving away v ...
by Max Lee on June 24th, 2008
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Well, today I will explain to you a little details on how search engines work and how knowing about this “secret” can help your blog grow 2-3 times. When I first started blogging, my blog was on a shared server with about 10 other sites.  After my blog got “digged” several t ...
by Max Lee on June 1st, 2008
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Google will be launching adsense ads for feeds next week.  This will be great since I have been using Yahoo publisher as Google Adsense doesn’t currently support feedvertising. If you have a lot of subscribers, you might be able to make some more money with the new feeds addition.  But for m ...

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