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Seesmic for iPhone Now Available

Seesmic for iPhone Now Available

The long-awaited Seesmic app for iPhone is now available. You can download the app for free from the iTunes App Store.

Watch Out Rivals, With Latitude API Google Starts Taking Location Very Seriously

Watch Out Rivals, With Latitude API Google Starts Taking Location Very Seriously

Google Latitude has 3 million active users, but you wouldn’t know it by the amount of buzz they get in the location space these days. (Which is to say, just about none.) The problem is that Latitude has been pretty restricted, and not exactly geared towar

Proof That Google TV Will Make Its Debut Tomorrow

Proof That Google TV Will Make Its Debut Tomorrow

For the last couple months (and even before that), rumors have been swirling about a web-enabled Google TV project. Numerous reports have stated that the project will be launching this week at I/O, with the LA Times reporting that it will be called ’Smar

Google Tries to Simplify Fonts on the Web

Google Tries to Simplify Fonts on the Web

Today, Google unveiled the Google Font Directory and the Google Font API to help bring dynamic and selective typefaces to the web.

Um, Did Google Just Quietly Launch A Web-Based iTunes Competitor? Yep.

Um, Did Google Just Quietly Launch A Web-Based iTunes Competitor? Yep.

Today at Google I/O, Vic Gundotra introduced Froyo, aka Android 2.2. But he also went a bit beyond Froyo. Coming soon, is a way to download an app through the Android Market over the web — and have it automatically download on your Android devices too. B

Facebook and Others Caught Sending User Data to Advertisers

Facebook and Others Caught Sending User Data to Advertisers

Facebook, MySpace and other social networks have apparently been sending personal and identifiable information about users to advertisers without consent, despite assurances to the contrary.

SimpleGeo and Google’s Latitude API | SimpleGeo · Blog

SimpleGeo and Google’s Latitude API | SimpleGeo · Blog

Photo thanks to TechCrunch We all know geolocation is the current hotness on the web. Google has been a leader in location for a long time, starting

Twitpic – Share photos and videos on Twitter

Twitpic – Share photos and videos on Twitter


Google To Launch Amazon S3 Competitor ‘Google Storage’ At I/O

Google To Launch Amazon S3 Competitor ‘Google Storage’ At I/O

Amazon’s cloud storage services are going to be getting another major competitor this week: Google. We hear that this week during its I/O conference, Google will be announcing a new service that is a direct competitor with Amazon’s S3 cloud storage. Goog

5 Essential Facebook Privacy Tips

5 Essential Facebook Privacy Tips

Many of Facebook’s new features have prompted users to reevaluate their privacy settings. These 5 should be on the top of your to-do list.

37signals Product Blog: Basecamp gets new messages and comments editor

37signals Product Blog: Basecamp gets new messages and comments editor

After extensive testing, we’re finally ready to roll out our new messages and comments editor (a WYSIWYG – “What You See Is What You Get” – editor). It lets you turn text bold or italic without having to know the…

SimpleGeo Digs Up Another $8 Million And A Group Of Former Digg Employees

SimpleGeo Digs Up Another $8 Million And A Group Of Former Digg Employees

Almost exactly one year ago, we first wrote about former Digg lead architect, Joe Stump, and former Social Thing founder, Matt Galligan, teaming up to form Crash Corp., an

Fotowettbewerb: Die 116 schönsten Bilder – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Fotowettbewerb: Die 116 schönsten Bilder – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Bei unserem dieswöchigen Fotowettbewerb gab es keine Vorgaben. Man durfte theoretisch also alles ablichten – eine gute Entscheidung, wie die eingesandten

Der Mercedes F800 läuft mit Gas, Strom oder Wasserstoff – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Der Mercedes F800 läuft mit Gas, Strom oder Wasserstoff – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Letzte Woche sind wir mal in den Mercedes F800 gestiegen – das Auto, das ab 2012 drei Treibstoff-Alternativen bietet. Denn laut Mercedes ist die Zukunft eine

Internet Explorer 8: Wer würde 9 Jahre alte Milch trinken? – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Internet Explorer 8: Wer würde 9 Jahre alte Milch trinken? – DAS GADGET WEBLOGDIGITAL LIFESTYLE TODAY AND TOMORROW

Es gibt sie. Immernoch. Unglaublich aber wahr. Es gibt noch Menschen die den Internet Explorer 6 benutzen – einen ganzen Haufen. Auch Microsoft ist diese

A DIY Web Design Education – Noupe Design Blog

A DIY Web Design Education – Noupe Design Blog

Please feel free to share additional resources you’ve found helpful in the comments!

Aquamacs 2.0 released – the Editor that Mac users love – MacMegasite

Aquamacs 2.0 released – the Editor that Mac users love – MacMegasite


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jemmyw/radiant-metrics-extension – GitHub

jemmyw/radiant-metrics-extension – GitHub

radiant-metrics-extension – Combining vanity metrics with radiant

wycats/moneta – GitHub

wycats/moneta – GitHub

moneta – a unified interface to key/value stores