• Sudokular is Sudoku Web 2.0 Style

    Sudokular is Sudoku Web 2.0 Style

    Sudokular is a Germany based Sudoku website. Sudokular is simple and easy to use, but does require sign up. OpenID is supported for those of you who have your OpenID url. Daily Challenge Each day, Sudokular pumps out a new sudoku for you to work on, with different difficultly levels. A timer tracks how fast
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  • Tim Bray Takes Job in Google’s “No Evil Zone”

    Tim Bray Takes Job in Google’s “No Evil Zone”

    Tim Bray is best known as the co-inventor of XML and for his blogging on his website at TBray.org.  Google has hired him as a “Developer Advocate” to promote and maintain the developers who interact with Google on the Android platform.  Blogging about it on his site, Bray rants against Apple and the iPhone platform:
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  • Interview with James Pitkow, Moreover Technologies

    Interview with James Pitkow, Moreover Technologies

    Sometime last year I conducted an interview with James Pitkow, CEO of Moreover Technologies. Here is the transcript of that interview: SY: Hi Jim, thanks a bunch for sparing some time with us. Can you please tell a bit about yourself? What is your background? When did you join Moreover Technologies? JP: My bio can
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  • Stikipad: Personal Wikis on Steroids

    Stikipad: Personal Wikis on Steroids

    I recently took some time to try out Stikipad, a new Web 2.0 application which brings personal wikis to a new level. It’s slick, easy to use and shares an intuitive interface. Apart from its very ‘greedy’ business model, I think it’s a great product which may go further — like its sort-of competitor Basecamp.
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  • SeeqPod bought by Intertrust

    SeeqPod bought by Intertrust

    Intertrust has bought the assets of Seeqpod – the online search and recommendation engine. Since April 2009, SeeqPod ceased its service and has filed for bankruptcy but may now be resurrected by Intertrust. SeeqPod developed a web crawler that indexed playable search results across a wide variety of media including audio, video, podcasts and so
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  • B*SH:  Complain To the World

    B*SH: Complain To the World

    B*SH is an interesting website.  A visit to B*SH is a bit depressing, but funny nonetheless. B*SH is a place to get it all off your chest, everything that bothers you and ruins your day. With B*SH, users post short messages which are visible to everyone. B*SH was created “as a way to vent to
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