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by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Yahoo acquires Inquisitor, a Safari Browser Plug-in.  Safari is the default browser on MACs but you can download it for PC too. I find that Safari is actually a pretty good browser, a lot better than IE7.  I like how the text boxes show up differently for the same site you load on Firefox. It loo ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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In a recent article by Erick Schonfeld over at TechCrunch about WiMax, I read the article and do agree with some of the points such as Clearwire being not a good company, but I don’t think WiMax deal will be a disaster. Why? WiMax is the only available wireless broadband technology that has pr ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode GeoGraffiti was just launched. It’s basically a geo-tagging GoogleMaps with your voice. You can tag your voice notes to any GPS location basically. Now in public beta, GeoGraffiti is a free “Verbal Bull ...
by Max Lee on May 8th, 2008
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Here’s an interesting read. Daniel Meredith of Google News explains the importance behind sitemaps, quality content, and some other factors that comes into play of how your site could be included into Google News. Although not a big fan of sitemaps, I might actually give it a go on my ...
by Max Lee on May 8th, 2008
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Here’s a cool interview with rap star, Chamillionaire by Pete from Mashable. Very interesting as he is very keen on the digital world too. Looks like the rap star does understand a lot about making money online. Chamillionaire’s favorite website? AllHipHop.com In 2006, rap artist Cham ...
by Max Lee on May 8th, 2008
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Google may be ahead of competition in the U.S. and English speaking countries, but they still have much work to do in the international arena. For example, Google has less than 5% of total search traffic in South Korea. Now, Google versus Baidu?  Baidu is a pretty much copycat of Google localized f ...
by Max Lee on May 8th, 2008
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Just in, YouTube launched in India. From what I can see, it’s in English so anyone interested in India’s culture can enjoy the localized version of India. YouTube India would allow users to create and share videos, discover the most popular and relevant videos in India, and connect wit ...
by Max Lee on May 7th, 2008
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In a recent article by BusinessWeek, the writer claims that real threat to Google could be mobile phones. Due to the smaller sized screens, Google possibly be facing a lot less advertising space. This is true if everyone started Googling on their cellphones but I see that is unlikely within the ne ...
by Max Lee on May 7th, 2008
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Digg, a popular Web2.0 social networking service, is working on a new comments system that will supposedly be faster than ever. In the video, the narator describes the new comments system without AJAX. I can’t understand how that could be faster without AJAX, but still looking forward to th ...

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