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by Max Lee on July 12th, 2008
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Foundcity, a site that attempts to list favorite things to do at a metropolitan city, does a very horrible job of implementing GoogleMaps API.  At best, it’s going to be a horribly designed site that no one will use. They will really need to hire real engineers to make the site right. Foundc ...
by Max Lee on July 11th, 2008
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Here’s a interesting Adobe AIR application made in about 5 minutes. It literally took me 11 lines of code and a good 15 minutes to build. Decided to send it to Leo and was happy to hear how excited he was about the app and did a plug for it on the net@night and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. You c ...
by Max Lee on July 5th, 2008
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downforeveryoneorjustme.com brings solution to the question, “Down for everyone or Just Me?”. Basically, you can enter a domain name and find out if that website is up or not. It’s a pretty simple idea that might do good for people wondering that question all the time. “I had see ...
by Max Lee on July 3rd, 2008
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Did U Mean? – The Misspelling Blog has launched their new blog, Did-u-Mean.com.  It’s a blog about common and uncommon misspellings of the English words. Interestingly, Google can be spelled many ways. In the long run, this blog might have a chance at grabing a large share of internet ...
by Max Lee on June 24th, 2008
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Here’s comes Twellow, a search engine for twitters basically.  I typed, “zedomax” and found my twitter account which is cool I guess. Beyond that, there are other functions like you can search by categories and whatnot. I think this is a really good idea as search engines have pr ...
by Max Lee on June 21st, 2008
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GoogleTrends announces that they can now track website analytics.  From what I can tell and testing some of my sites, it’s not accurate at all (at least not yet) and I believe that’s because they are only using opt-in data.  None of my websites use any opt-in stats so we will still ha ...
by Max Lee on June 11th, 2008
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HotPads.com provides interesting heat maps. I am not sure how accurate it is but the service looks very promising, especially if you are looking to rent or buy in certain area. Above is a heat map of household income of San Francisco. The meter stops at about $61K, I wish it went further to somet ...
by Max Lee on June 4th, 2008
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Wikia, a search engine developed by Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has relanuches yesterday with some new features. What is the new feature? Well, now you can edit the search engine results themselves on Wikia. What did I do? Well, I had to edit the results for George Bush, it’s not ...
by Max Lee on June 1st, 2008
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Jobirn is a new type of job search network where job seekers can get a “referral” to their desired job. It’s still in “alpha” stages but does look promising with the new niche they have created to differentiate from all the “other” job search sites. (Tha ...

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