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by Max Lee on February 7th, 2009
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You can keep track of your tweets on Twitter using Twistory, which gives you a timeline and also lets you keep history of every tweet. Support for public as well as protected Twitter accounts. Tweets are added immediately: no delays whatsoever. Timetracking tagging: start your tweets with both t o ...
by Max Lee on February 7th, 2009
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Well, I’ve always wondered how you could get alerts for videos on YouTube and there is such a service from Video-Alerts.com, awfully similar to Google Alerts except it does videos. Track up to 10 keywords at one session; Max number of videos in each alert is 100; Set the alert frequency: on ...
by Max Lee on February 6th, 2009
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode Here’s a really interesting blog post from the Google blog on how Google analyzes users’ searches using heatmaps. Now, this is something that is very very interesting as I am a writing on the exact s ...
by Max Lee on February 6th, 2009
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GMail, Google’s free online e-mail service, finally gets multiple inboxes where you can use different “labels” or “tags” to organize your inbox.  Now, this is a great addition, sorta like Microsoft Outlook but 10 times better since you can also control the “labe ...
by Max Lee on February 6th, 2009
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iDesktop.tv offers custom skinning of your Youtube.  Other than that, iDesktop.tv is great for saving your favorite YouTube videos in your favorites or to your PC via any preferred format such as AVI, MOV, etc…etc… The customization options go pretty far which you can see on the exampl ...
by Max Lee on February 5th, 2009
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Here’s an interesting chart that shows online ad revenues for the big 4.  I have to say, Google is doing really well even in this tough economy and so is everyone else. For the purposes of this analysis, I took the total advertising revenues from both Google and Yahoo, including their networ ...
by Max Lee on February 5th, 2009
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Here’s an interesting concept for a website that can remix your images, videos, and other content across the web. Nota is basically a web remixer for web pages you want to create without the hassle of installing a WordPress blog or whatnot. The best way to describe what Nota offers is “ ...
by Max Lee on February 5th, 2009
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode My favorite Web 2.0 video site YouTube has just added title and rating within the embedded videos, smart move. YouTube is inserting more of the information you can get on the website into the embedded videos that ...
by Max Lee on January 29th, 2009
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Holy cow, GoogleMaps van hits a baby deer! I feel bad for the poor deer but then, stuff like this isn’t unavoidable unless we stopped having roads. You can check it out here on GoogleMaps (although it seems like Google has removed it for now). I wonder what will turn up on GoogleMaps next, ma ...

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