by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Here’s another online real estate idea mashed up with GoogleMaps API similar to our One Buck Wiki. Looks like they got Guy Kawasaki to buy one too. (or is he behind this site??? Btw, nice business cards Guy, I will try that too) The bigger problem, though, is that this idea has been done to ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Mento, a bookmarking service similar to Del.icio.us, has just launched.  The only difference Mento does is that it’s really oriented so you can “send” your bookmarks to others using Twitter and social networks. They are using beta invites so you need an invite to try the service ...
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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Yahoo Glue just launched in India. Basically, Yahoo Glue combines classic search results with visual content aggregated from major websites. Why is it not launched in the US? Well, they are probably beta-testing the service in India before deciding to go mainstream. The service looks pretty good ...
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 9th, 2008
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Here’s a video interview with digg co-founder Jay Adelson over at ValleyWag, check it out and enjoy~ Digg cofounder Jay Adelson is now asked by the likes of Kara Swisher how he’d fix big media companies, as in this clip. But there was a time when he barely knew what to do with his own In ...
by Max Lee on May 9th, 2008
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Just in, TechCrunch blog posts will now appear on WashingtonPost.com. This is one of the first major signs that blogs will eventually take over the traditional media including radio, newspaper, and TV. Don’t have a blog? Start one today! We are announcing a new partnership today with Washi ...
by Max Lee on May 8th, 2008
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I’ve been using Spotplex ever since their launch about a year ago.  A popular widget/digg like service, Spotplex announced yesterday (or today officially), it’s going offline for good. Couple weeks ago, I tried to access Spotplex, the site wouldn’t load. Yesterday, I tried to acc ...
 

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