Posts Tagged ‘images’



by Max Lee on October 8th, 2009
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GoogleMaps is getting better and better, Google has added new, additional high-res imagery in several areas across the US.  They have also added some really cool features like being able to see street-view images of zoos in Japan.  I really hope they add zoos in the US though like the SF Zoo here. ...
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 February 5th, 2009
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Here’s an interesting concept for a website that can remix your images, videos, and other content across the web. Nota is basically a web remixer for web pages you want to create without the hassle of installing a WordPress blog or whatnot. The best way to describe what Nota offers is “ ...
by Max Lee on August 26th, 2008
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Here’s a good range of tools for capturing screenshots and images: FireShot – An extremely handy screenshot extension that can shoot just the visible area of a page or capture the entire thing, no matter how long it is.  Can be updated to a pro version that adds even more features such ...
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 July 6th, 2008
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Now you can tour the Tour de France with Google Maps Street View! Street View of the 2008 Tour de France route. Head to google.com/tourdefrance2008 to experience the route stage by stage, and learn more about the images (and check out some of the most breathtaking sights) over on the Lat Long blog. ...
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 ...

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