• Utterz: Mobile Blogging Done Right?

    Utterz: Mobile Blogging Done Right?

    Note: As you might know, I’ve been Internet-absent for the last couple of weeks and only kinda-present for the last couple of months, so there are a number of services I’ve missed the boat on and trying to catch up on. So you may or may not have heard of this, or some of the
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  • The Whoa Show: 2008’s Viral Entertainer?

    The Whoa Show: 2008’s Viral Entertainer?

    Among the hundreds of startup pitches I’ve been trying to catch up on over the past month, one that caught my eye — partly because of its dark and hypnotic splash page — is The Whoa Show. It’s a concept — sorry, media company — based out of Orange County, CA, whose goal is to
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  • Palabea.net: Because Learning French Alone is Boring?

    Palabea.net: Because Learning French Alone is Boring?

    The social networking arena has become such that you can either be an excellent niche or you can be Facebook. Since we’ve already heard a lot bit about the latter, perhaps a bit too much, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to focus on some players that don’t seek to be billion dollar companies yet
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  • GreenDoc: A Promising Online Word Processor

    GreenDoc: A Promising Online Word Processor

    This year has seen the emergence of several online word processing services which are acting as viable Microsoft Word alternative for web junkies. An innovative free word processing service called GreenDoc is the latest to join the league of ThinkFree, AjaxWrite, and ZohoWriter. With many popular names out there, the entry might appear to be
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  • Palzoo: Social Networking for PayPal Users

    Palzoo: Social Networking for PayPal Users

    Here’s a great piece of news for the 150 million PayPal users worldwide. Palzoo.com: a social networking site for PayPal users. PayPal is an extremely popular e-commerce gateway allowing users to make money transfers and payment via the internet. The key driver for Palzoo is to establish connections between PayPal users at one central location.
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  • Ether: Monetize Your Words of Wisdom

    Ether: Monetize Your Words of Wisdom

    There has been a lot of discussion over the last 12-18 months about how all these web 2.0 start-ups that we regularly see sprouting up intend to monetize their virtually based businesses. Whilst some dream up complex advertising models in order to monetize the likes of YouTube and Facebook, there is a new startup called
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