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by Max Lee on December 13th, 2008
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode One of our biggest websites we created is called SiteHoppin.com.  It’s a site that let you browse and bookmark the web in a new way. Anyways, I have been working very hard on this project as of lately and ...
by Max Lee on December 1st, 2008
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A WordPress Tutorial site called WPTut.com was launched last week (in secret) by one of my friends Jason from Blogtomic.com. He created a social networking site completely from a WordPress blog so it’s kinda cool in that sense.  If you’ve got some WordPress tutorial, you should submit ...
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 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 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 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 4th, 2008
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Wikia, a search engine developed by Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has relanuches yesterday with some new features. What is the new feature? Well, now you can edit the search engine results themselves on Wikia. What did I do? Well, I had to edit the results for George Bush, it’s not ...
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 13th, 2008
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I did a post about Yahoo Buzz when it came out couple months ago over at our Dot Com site, it looks like Yahoo’s (YHOO) Yahoo Buzz might be way bigger than Digg after all. Digg will still hold its traffic as it has been steady with a large number of bloggers using the service. For Yahoo Buzz ...

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