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by Max Lee on May 13th, 2008
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That’s right, we launched our own search engine called Goohack.  (We admit to hacking it up in under 30 min. max using Google custom search API) Basically, it’s a custom search engine tailored to DIYers, Makers, and Hackers looking for how-tos and instructional articles. t’s pretty u ...
by Max Lee on May 12th, 2008
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(click to enlarge) Powerset launches its supposedly “human lauguage” search engine. Basically it’s only searching Wikipedia at this point but the search experience is very AJAXed out and good. I looked up “zedomax” and only thing I could find was Zedomax.com linked to ...
by Max Lee on May 12th, 2008
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MobileTraffic.TV can stream live traffic cam screenshots right into your mobile phone. I think it’s a great idea except they don’t have cameras for where I live, San Francisco. I think it’s necessary to put more cities in California other than San Diego which I am sure they will ...
by Max Lee on May 12th, 2008
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Fuzz, a music portal/social networking site, has launched Blip, basically a Twitter-clone for Music lovers. The most outstanding feature is that when people “blip” instead of “twitt”, they can link an MP3 song straight from the Fuzz database. This feature is really cool as ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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Goodrunk, a search engine based on Google custom search API, was launched minutes ago.  Basically, it give you the “alcoholic” influence to your next Google search. I typed, “cars” on Goodrunk and got lots of interesting searches.   It might come in handy when I need to f ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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Kirix, one of the companies I interviewed at the Web2.0 Expo 2008, provides a desktop MySQL database management software called Strata. The Strata is basically built on the gecko browser platform, the same open-source platform that powers Firefox. Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Cl ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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Here’s a forum/social networking site for european startups. I think this is a great idea as there’s plenty of silicon valley startup social networks while there’s few for other parts of the world. Today advice from Max, “A blue ocean strategy requires you to find a niche t ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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It seems like everyday we see more web apps geared toward Facebook and Twitter. Well, it should be obvious to everyone in the Web2.0 world that there’s a lot of money to be made by piggybacking on those bigger “whales”. LiveTwitting brings you conference twitting at its finest wit ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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iRead, is a Facebook/MySpace application for organizing your favorite books. It looks like a great niche social network done right using Facebook app as the piggyback method. Great job guys, keep up the great work!  They are also making apps for other social networking sites, maybe it’s time ...

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