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by Max Lee on May 27th, 2008
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With all the people trying to make money by piggy backing on Twitter, here’s another cool app that might make a million bucks using that strategy. TwittURLy is a real time tracker of popular URLs on Twitter. It looks like a good idea and if they can implement a “category-based” up ...
by Max Lee on May 26th, 2008
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Xoost, a new beta search engine, was just launched. It’s a new search engine that let’s search sites through what seems like Google API, Yahoo API, and LIve search API. Basically you get all three major search engines in one plus you get to tag and bookmark all your searches. On top of ...
by Max Lee on May 25th, 2008
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One of my favorite pizzas, Pizza Hut, launches Adobe Flex Application.  Basically, you can order using their desktop Adobe Flex app instead of the traditional online ordering. Mind you, I was an employee of Pizza Hut about 10 years ago. The new Flex application also lets the user view their older o ...
by Max Lee on May 24th, 2008
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Here’s a very interesting social network for cellphones.  Basically with Trapster, users can easily notify the locations of speed traps at the push of a button.  You can download their software which works on most blackberries and PDAs to be alerted and also alert drivers about speed traps. ...
by Max Lee on May 21st, 2008
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by Max Lee on May 21st, 2008
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Here’s a good podcasting tool for all you bloggers.  You can use BlogAmp to share your podcasts via “embed”. I think this is a great idea since a lot of bloggers don’t want to be podcasting all the time and BlogAmp brings you the “share” idea sorta like Youtube. ...
by Max Lee on May 21st, 2008
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Japancast.net features lots of videos and podcasts to help you learn “real” street Japanese.  It’s an interesting idea and a very good niche so keep you eyes on this one. If your Japanese skills don’t go beyond arigato and konichiwa then JapanCast may be perfect for you. The s ...
by Max Lee on May 20th, 2008
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RingOBlog.com was just launched by Zedomax Network. What is it? It’s a ring blog. Basically, we are going to cover all types of “ring” related news/products/DIYs, you name it. Why did we make it? Well we haven’t seen a ring blog where people can go and browse for rings on t ...
by Max Lee on May 20th, 2008
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It’s amazing what people can come up with these days, especially on those “piggy-back” strategies to YouTube, Facebook, MySpace, and other big social sites. YouTomb is a site that documents all videos taken by YouTube but you can’t watch them! … isn’t that funny? ...

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