Archive for the ‘internet’ Category



by Max Lee on March 27th, 2009
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Here’s an interesting news that someone had been impersonating the Austin Police on Twitter. Although not much of a news to me, this could be pivotal for the police officers who must deal with bs on Twitter.  Well, if they use Twitter that is. I don’t think Twitter is that popular yet b ...
by Max Lee on March 26th, 2009
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You have to look beyond every successful internet company and find out that they are all TEXT-based sites in the beginning.  Well, some sites like Craigslist is still TEXT-only. Others include Google search engine, mostly text and some new enhanced search features added but the core remains text. ...
by Max Lee on March 19th, 2009
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Here’s some interesting data that folks at Gizmodo did, speed testing of WiMAX versus 3G EVDO on various different locations in Portland. I think it’s clear that WiMAX can be 10 times faster than 3G EVDO but we still will need to see more antennas and better coverage to be near where Ko ...
by Max Lee on March 2nd, 2009
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Here’s a good news on the Apple iPhone and how it takes over 66% of mobile internet market.  It might be a great time to re-focus your internet marketing strategy to fit the iPhone mobile market. (if you haven’t already) I am not sure if this is accurate though, it’s hard to tell ...
by Max Lee on February 14th, 2009
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Well, I always find some really funny ads for hire by Web 2.0 companies, here’s one: We are a well funded startup making our premier at the Web 2.0 Expo this year. Our focus is on healthy eating and active lifestyles so we are looking for well toned (six packs are a plus) and good looking (ni ...
by Max Lee on February 9th, 2009
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Embedr is a new website that lets you embed multiple videos from multiple sources (including YouTube, MetaCafe, and more), and let’s you create 1 embed code that lets you go through your favorite videos in one player. Above is my 3 videos from the Super Bowl weekend, done in just 5 seconds. ...
by Max Lee on February 8th, 2009
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Lol… Dalai Lama is now on Twitter, please follow here. It appears the Dalai Lama is following in the footsteps of Pope Benedict XVI and moving into the world of social networking. Today he joined microblogging service Twitter. Going under the obscure Twitter name @OHHDL, The Office of His Hol ...
by Max Lee on February 8th, 2009
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Delivr launches, a new URL shortening site, sorta like the CozyURL I made in 5 hours, except it’s been marketed for texting on mobile phones. Looks promising but I don’t see a reason why you need to use it over a URL shorterner like CozyURL. Delivr, currently in private beta (we’ve go ...
by Max Lee on February 7th, 2009
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I guess the new stimulus package is causing scammers to make new online scams to take your money and run. Just watch out for any bs out there, here’s something from the IRS: IRS E-mail and Web Policy This new scam is typical of tax time behavior by the bad guys and the stimulus package only o ...

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