Archive for the ‘web2.0’ Category



by Max Lee on July 15th, 2008
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Wow, WordPress 2.6 is out with some really cool new features. First of all, the new WordPress 2.6 adds ability to edit multiple revisions, sorta like Wiki editing. Second, the new WordPress allows you to cut and paste text and images easily using a bookmarklet. Check out the video for the features: ...
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 24th, 2008
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Want to feel more Web2.0ish? Here’s a cool T-shirt design of Web2.0 Kool-Aid guy… via technabob ...
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 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 ...
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 25th, 2008
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AjaxDaddy give you some real good free code sniplets on various different Ajax implementations. Although I don’t have use for this as I prefer from-scratch Ajax coding, this can be very useful for anyone who’s not familiar with Ajax technology. For Your Reference, what is AJAX? AJAX is ...
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. ...

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