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by Max Lee on December 2nd, 2010
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We started picking up some web traffic from this site called Mattters.com, I checked it out today and it’s a pretty interesting site. It’s a news site that aggregates all types of news from all over the world with human-filtered organization (it seems like). There’s a TON of news ...
by Max Lee on February 12th, 2010
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I saw this coming, an iPhone-enabled credit card payment system. Square is actually a brainchild of Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter. This isn’t for full-fledged mobile sites but for individuals/small business who want to make accepting credit cards easier for iPhone users. Square is an i ...
by Max Lee on February 9th, 2010
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode Google has launched their own micro-blogging system on top of their already famous GMail.  The new Google Buzz is very similar to Twitter except you can add photos/videos/geo-tag without having to use additional ...
by Max Lee on February 8th, 2010
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TwitLi.st, a user recommended Twitter List search engine, has just launched their beta stage.  It’s a site where Twitter users can recommend great Twitter lists they find, sorta like #FollowFriday except you are recommending lists. If you are a Twitter user, we highly recommend you to check ...
by Max Lee on October 28th, 2009
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Reocities, is a new site where the owner of the site has been trying to back up some of GeoCities before Yahoo closed it down couple days ago.  Well, I think it’s a great effort, perhaps he can also look in Internet Archives for backup files too. Yahoo! has done an amazing thing by keeping Ge ...
by Max Lee on June 30th, 2009
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Remember the rumors about Skype for iPhone the other day?  Well, it’s now official and you can expect it to arrive at the Apple App store tomorrow! via cnet ...
by Max Lee on June 30th, 2009
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As more and more years go by in this Web 2.0 world, we will begin to see more and more sites that have a full sentence domain name such as this WhatDoesTheInternetThink.Net, which aggregates search engine data to show negative or positive results on any given query. Well, being the powerful entity t ...
by Max Lee on June 26th, 2009
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GoogleMaps were working on Voice Search not too long ago, now Google will be releasing Google Voice Search for Blackberry, a plus for Crackberry user like me.  I think they are a little behind Microsoft as they launched TellMe voice search service last year but heck, as I always say, “Right ...
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. ...

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