Archive for the ‘web2.0’ Category



by Max Lee on August 19th, 2008
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David Hasselhoff Social Network! I think David Hasselhoff might be the first celebrity ever to launch his own social network.  With Web 2.0 gurus by his side, David Hasselhoff, the male star of Boob Land, Baywatch, already has over 13,000 members in his new website. David Hasselhoff is the smartest ...
by Max Lee on August 19th, 2008
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AgreementExpress is a new site that lets you sign documents digitally.  I might have to resort to using this for some of my online business.  A great idea and it might get picked up by the bigger companies soon. Agreement Express automatically converts client documents that require “wet ink ...
by Max Lee on August 19th, 2008
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UrlXl Shortens your URL and lets you create RSS Feeds with them! Urlxl is a new website that will shorten any URL similar to TinyURL.  The only difference with UrlXl is that you can actually save your URLs like online bookmarking system such as Del.icio.us and make RSS Feeds with it. The login uses ...
by Max Lee on August 18th, 2008
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Web 2.0 Expo is coming around the corner again in New York.  For those of you Web 2.0ers who live near New York, I highly suggest you to check it out. For free pass, try going to the press area and tell them that you are a blogger covering the show. Web 2.0 Expo is a global annual gathering of tec ...
by Max Lee on August 14th, 2008
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Though I never really ride taxis, once in awhile I will get the urge to get really drunk over at my friend’s house in downtown San Francisco.  For those occasions, I will resort to calling at least 2 or 3 taxi companies and watch to see which taxi comes first. Now here’s a website that ...
by Max Lee on August 5th, 2008
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Here’s a cool little site called BetaBitz for getting some beta testers for your new website.  I just submitted SiteHoppin.com Firefox Toolbar since we are looking for private beta testers. It’s a good idea but probably won’t grow without funding and advertising. From BetaBitz ab ...
by Max Lee on August 5th, 2008
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Here’s a cool site called InifiTube that will gather up your favorite videos tagged with a keyword and play them in “all-repeat” action like an MP3 player. The site itself is kinda slow and it’s not up to Web2.0 standards but does have a lot of potential to grow if made fast ...
by Max Lee on August 5th, 2008
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Here’s a cool site called, KinetiCast, that will allow you to create online presentations with twist of media such as YouTube and other cool neat features not found in MS Office. * Easy to use…create and send in minutes * Add PowerPoint slides, pictures, links & video * No programm ...
by Max Lee on July 24th, 2008
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Google(GOOG) has just announced public opening of their new wiki-knowledge product called “Knol”. After months of deliberation since December of last year, this project is finally open for people to use. Let’s take a quick look: For responding to a Knol subject such as this Lung ...

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