Archive for the ‘web2.0’ Category



by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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Kirix, one of the companies I interviewed at the Web2.0 Expo 2008, provides a desktop MySQL database management software called Strata. The Strata is basically built on the gecko browser platform, the same open-source platform that powers Firefox. Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Cl ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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It seems like everyday we see more web apps geared toward Facebook and Twitter. Well, it should be obvious to everyone in the Web2.0 world that there’s a lot of money to be made by piggybacking on those bigger “whales”. LiveTwitting brings you conference twitting at its finest wit ...
by Max Lee on May 11th, 2008
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iRead, is a Facebook/MySpace application for organizing your favorite books. It looks like a great niche social network done right using Facebook app as the piggyback method. Great job guys, keep up the great work!  They are also making apps for other social networking sites, maybe it’s time ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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GooHoo, a combination of Google and Yahoo search engine, was launched just minutes ago. Google and Yahoo has combined the best of their user interactive content and search engine powers to bring internet users the “real deal”. Google (NSDQ: GOOG) co-founder Sergey Brin recently said, & ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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Here’s an open embed format called oEmbed. With all the crazy number of different embed formats, this oEmbed might be the solution to all that bizzaz. With some bigger video sites already participating in the oEmbed such as Viddler and Revision3, oEmbed could be the next embed standard for a ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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Powerset will be launching soon. It’s a natural language search that makes me wonder it could possibly be the next big thing. All the Web2.0 geeks are talking about semantic web, natural language search, and all that bizaaz, this search engine could prove to be one of the first to implement ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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Here’s an impressive open-source Twitter Desktop Client that was just launched called Spaz.  I do love open-source platforms and soon SiteHoppin will be going open-source too. For what I can tell, this site has potential to grab some “free” developers for its open-source platform ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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Wow, here’s a mashup of GoogleMaps with GPS and embeddable videos called Seero. As you can see in the above broadcast, you can be traveling while you record your videos and chart it in real-time via GoogleMaps API. Looks like they are based in San Fran and the guy in the video is driving ar ...
by Max Lee on May 10th, 2008
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(Click to Enlarge) You can use TimeTube to see history of YouTube videos in one glance.  I typed, “Zedomax” and it quickly brought up a timeline of all the videos I’ve submitted to youtube since 2006. Great mashup I’d say and you should check it out and bookmark this site f ...

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