awesome firefox 3 feature: view selection source select a part of the page,...– digitaljason: awesome firefox 3 feature: view selection source
Video clips with the great Windows Mobile... →
Testing to create a link from my iPhone and post... →
About Zemanta supporting TradeVibes
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About the Zemanta update
Image by Zemanta via CrunchBase I think its an excellent blog service. Now I wait for the updated Windows Live Writer plugin to go with it :) Originally posted as a comment by svartling on TechWinter using Disqus. Read more about Zemanta here. Related articles by Zemanta Zemanta Releases Major Upgrade - Now It’s All About You Zemanta For Windows Live Writer- I Believe The Term Is...
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Batch tweeting with LoudTwitter! →
TwitterKeys is a small tool which provides you with a floating window with all...– TwitterKeys: Enhance your Twitter conversations Click here to see what other says about TwitterKeys.
You can now create private posts on Posterous to share with just a select group...– New: private posts on Posterous! - The Official Posterous Posterous Click here for more information.
testing the new hellotxt Read more about the new version here: http://blog.hellotxt.com/development/new-features/
It's faster to misspell on the iPhone than type...
Image via CrunchBase, source unknown apparently it’s easier and faster to just misspell words on your iPhone than to take the time to type them out in full Interesting and true. Sometimes It’s way faster to let the iPhones correction fix the typing for you. — Misspelling is faster on the iPhone (via feedly) Related articles by Zemanta Spore Origins For iPhone: Now Available...
John Resig - Google Chrome Process Manager →
via factoryjoe: “The blame of bad performance or memory consumption no longer lies with the browser but with the site.”
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