Archive for the ‘web2.0’ Category



by Max Lee on November 27th, 2008
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One of the most interesting blog networks (and one of the earliest blog start-ups) is Gawker Network.  They are probably the 1st or the 2nd biggest blog network in the world as far as number of pageviews. They have just reached a record 297 Million pageviews for the month of October.  (In contras ...
by Max Lee on September 12th, 2008
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Google Korea buys Korean version of WordPress! Google Korea buys TnC, a blogging software company who has been making blogging software similar to WordPress. (Basically a Korean version of WordPress).  I have personally tried their software and it is not bad to say the least. Just like Google bough ...
by Max Lee on September 11th, 2008
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SearchMe is a Visual Search Engine sorta like iPod Touch and iPhones! I recently ran into a cool visual search site called SearchMe that lets you search visually using screenshots of search results.  It’s really iPod Touch/iPhone browsing applied to a search engine. The service works pretty f ...
by Max Lee on September 11th, 2008
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Tikitag RFID tags Tikitags are the new revolutionary RFID tags that will change our lives forever through real-life tagging, similar to Web2.0 tagging revolution and blogs. Basically, you will be able to apply these RFID tags to anything anywhere and also connect them online. I really like this idea ...
by Max Lee on September 10th, 2008
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Dr. Pic is All-AJAX style Free Online Photoshop! Dr. Pic is an All-AJAX style free online photo editor that lets you modify pictures online.  What I like most about this new site is that it’s free and all AJAX based for fast processing. Nich sent us a link to his project, Dr. Pic, an all AJAX ...
by Max Lee on September 3rd, 2008
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Chrome-Hacks.Net - Google Chrome Hacks Blog Launched! For the mother of God and for whatever reason, we just launched another new blog, of course it’s called Google Chrome Hacks Blog. Basically, the blog will cover all kinds of tips, hacks, and news about the new Google Chrome Browser. It too ...
by Max Lee on September 2nd, 2008
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Google launches their own open-source browser coined, Google Chrome.  You can read about why Google decided to launch their browser here. Under the hood, we were able to build the foundation of a browser that runs today’s complex web applications much better . By keeping each tab in an isola ...
by Max Lee on August 26th, 2008
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Here’s a good range of tools for capturing screenshots and images: FireShot – An extremely handy screenshot extension that can shoot just the visible area of a page or capture the entire thing, no matter how long it is.  Can be updated to a pro version that adds even more features such ...
by Max Lee on August 19th, 2008
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Yahoo Buzz is now open for bloggers! If you haven’t about the buzz, you will have to check it out as Yahoo Buzz just went public, meaning any blogger can have their blog posts up at Yahoo Buzz for millions of people to vote on. If you make it to the first page, expect a LOT of traffic to your ...

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