by Max Lee on June 27th, 2009
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Before the days of free internet, there were dial-up services like Prodigy, CompuServe, and AOL.  Of course, CompuServe used to be real big and Prodigy too, until AOL took over during the days of internet infrastructure. Anyways, why has AOL failed as of lately? They simply are not a necessary com ...
by Max Lee on June 26th, 2009
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Well, the whole internet world is flopping at the idea that this Conficker Worm could be activated this April 1st, also April’s Fools Day.  We don’t think it will be THAT serious but just in case, we advise you to use a Linux or Mac computer on April 1st and leave your PC to OFF positio ...
by Max Lee on June 26th, 2009
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is a working on new Web 2.0ish image tagging that basically targets to tag photos with products, sorta like Adsense Images gone Wildfly Web 2.0.  We think it’s a good idea and highly suggest you to check it out too.  On the side note, Google might also become one of its major investors. ...
by Max Lee on June 26th, 2009
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GoogleMaps were working on Voice Search not too long ago, now Google will be releasing Google Voice Search for Blackberry, a plus for Crackberry user like me.  I think they are a little behind Microsoft as they launched TellMe voice search service last year but heck, as I always say, “Right ...
by Max Lee on June 26th, 2009
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TechCrunch reports that Apple could be stymying iPhone App developers by allowing 90-day returns for consumers while Apple keeps their 30% commissions. If 100% people return iPhone Apps, that means Apple keeps 30% while the iPhone App developers have to basically gulp out that commission to Apple. S ...
by Max Lee on June 24th, 2009
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by Max Lee on June 19th, 2009
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Cisco, the company who claims to have lots of cash in times of recession, is proving themselves by announcing that they will be acquiring Pure Digital, the company who makes Flip Mino Camcorders. “The acquisition of Pure Digital is key to Cisco’s strategy to expand our momentum in the me ...
by Max Lee on June 16th, 2009
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Here’s a really good advice on how to use various different Web 2.0 services to manage your money and find out where you have been spending your money including Mint, a free service to see where you are spending money. When budgets, bills, and finances are all simply in a giant pile of clutte ...
by Max Lee on June 16th, 2009
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Well, I have like a gazillion Twitter accounts due to the fact that I manage so many blogs but here’s a bunch of great apps you can use to manage all your twitter accounts in one screen without logging in and out of each one. Here comes the ultimate place for multiple twitter accounts. They h ...
 

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