Archives for “Internet”

BlogBurst, a content syndication service that provides blogs with exposure on major online publisher sites, has recently launched. I personally love what BlogBurst is doing, ...


Dave Winer has unleashed a new project called, Share Your OPML, that makes commons for sharing OPML outlines, feeds, and taxonomy. This is something that ...


Sphere, a new blog search engine has launched a couple days ago, along with $3.75 million in capital and has been quite the buzz the ...


Itzle is a neat and fun way that allows users to browse to any website and chat in real-time with other Itzle users. Mashable's writeup ...


Grupthink is a new question and answer service, similar in concept to Yahoo! Answers, which I have tested during private beta and just recently has ...


Update: Zimbio is now open to public. Enjoy! Remember Zoozio? You know, the service that many have assumed to be yet another start page? Well, Zoozio ...


I admit, I do not use online file management or asset managers for my files. I'm quite comfortable the way I manage them on my ...


I am constantly writing notes. Whether it be for my blog, work, meeting, new ideas, or just basic notes, I am always jotting something down. ...


Google Calendar is now up and running (thanks, Mike, for the announcement) and my first impression is definitely a good one. I have been playing ...


NEO Binaries is a new community review site with a focus on web applications. Similar to the recent Web 2.0 review site, BuzzShout (TechCrunch Review), ...


Chalksite is a new web applications for teachers, students, and parents that I am actually very happy to have come across. It is a services ...


There has been an ongoing battle with personalized start pages for months now and I can probably name around a dozen or so by now ...


Google Labs recently unveiled their latest project, Google Related Links, enabling any website owner to include related links of websites, news, and search terms to ...


Have you ever listened to a podcast and wish that you were given a visual of whats being described or maybe receive a link to ...


Seeing services with the aim of simple database creation online has always struck my interest. Maybe it is because I work with databases everyday, or ...


AjaxWrite is a new service offering a free version, of what is being compared to, Microsoft Word. AjaxWrite was released yesterday and was introduced by ...


Zoka, a new site similar to LiveMarks, has been released and is quickly becoming a new favorite of mine. But first, let me explain what ...


Lately, I have been testing Gliffy, a service that lets you create diagrams and flow charts online. I applied to beta test months ago and ...


Ever buy some kind of product to find that it doesn't work? Or maybe you just couldn't understand how to get it to work? A ...


Performancing has been on a roll lately. First, a blogging tool for Firefox and now, Performancing Metrics has been launched, a service for tracking blog ...


Lately, I have been playing with a new service that actually allows anyone to upload video, mix videos together with audio, and then share them ...


Managing a business can be quite a task. But sometimes it isn't always about the business itself that makes it such a task, but the ...


Edgeio, the much anticipated classifieds service, is now open to the public, and is a brilliant idea. I got a look at Edgeio a while ...


Search your name in Google. Does all the information you want appear in the results? Probably not, and if it does, it is often scattered ...


I cannot help it, but I am surprised almost everyday with the movement of the web. The other day I have reviewed iRows, an online ...