by Max Lee on November 1st, 2009
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YouTube seems to be down but it’s just a maintenance issue.  Well, it seems longer than usual and it should come back soon, no word on when it’s coming back up.  You can also see TechCrunch report on this. ...
by Max Lee on October 30th, 2009
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Apple(AAPL) and AT&T(ATT) has been hit with two class action lawsuits for failure to make MMS in time.  I think this proves the point that they are simply not doing something right, especially with the recent problems with Google(GOOG) and Google’s GoogleVoice. I don’t think this w ...
by Max Lee on October 29th, 2009
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Google has just introduced music feature on their search engine.  Now you might start seeing the option to play songs while searching on Google. The feature has not been completely integrated into regular Google search (it seems like at this moment) but you can try it out yourself here. Finally, a ...
by Max Lee on October 28th, 2009
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Since yesterday, every resident in the United Kingdom can now watch how much energy they use on a daily basis using Google’s PowerMeter. Google (GOOG) has announced the launch of PowerMeter with UK’s only energy supplier first-utility. For one, this allows every UK resident to be aware ...
by Max Lee on October 28th, 2009
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Couple months ago on my trip to Santa Barbara on one of my business trips, I had a pleasure of riding along with my friend’s Prius.  Well, just as we got near Santa Barbara, my GoogleMaps said the coastal highway was faster whereas my friend’s on-board Prius told my friend that we shou ...
by Max Lee on October 28th, 2009
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Reocities, is a new site where the owner of the site has been trying to back up some of GeoCities before Yahoo closed it down couple days ago.  Well, I think it’s a great effort, perhaps he can also look in Internet Archives for backup files too. Yahoo! has done an amazing thing by keeping Ge ...
by Max Lee on October 28th, 2009
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HelpAReporter.com is a great resource for those of you who are trying to get in touch with reporters.  You simply sign up for their e-mailing list and you can become a “source” for news that are relevant to your news by connecting with the reporters. Help a Reporter Out — or HARO, ...
by Max Lee on October 27th, 2009
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Mashable has just reported on a new Facebook virus that consists of fake e-mails for password resets.  Just make sure to mark these e-mails spam and don’t open any attachments as Facebook itself would never do that anyways. Another new virus is spreading through social networks, this time, v ...
by Max Lee on October 27th, 2009
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StatusNet is making rounds of VC funding to create the next revolution of self-hosted microblogging platforms. I don’t see how you can compete against with Twitter but you can definitely make your own micro-network and make your own rules.  You can try the self-hosted version by downloading ...
 

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