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PUBLIC MARKS with tag web-services

25 November 2005

Xooglers Blog

by macroron & 5 others
A gathering spot for ex-Googlers to reminisce and comment on the latest developments in search.

24 November 2005

Alexa Web Search

by macroron & 38 others
Web Search Engine - Traffic Rankings - Website Directory

23 November 2005

Textpattern

by macroron & 16 others
A free, flexible, elegant, easy-to-use content management system for all kinds of websites, even weblogs. See Textile

Textism: Tools: Textile

by macroron & 1 other
A Humane Web Text Generator - BB Like Text Code To HTML Generater Tool - see contextile foxfire extention.

Six Apart Home

by macroron & 11 others
Weblogging software and services for everyone.

Greg Yardley’s Internet Blog

by macroron
online comparison shopping, user-generated metadata (especially tags and 'folksonomies'), webservices, RSS, and blogging. I'm also interested in the social implications of these technologies.

22 November 2005

Web 2.0 Central: Web2.0, Ajax, Beta, Alpha, Startup, Companies

by macroron & 12 others
Web 2.0 Central profiles companies and startups building web based applications using technologies like Ajax, Ruby on Rails, Flash, RSS, Open API's and assorted web based application development tools.

The Generator Blog - web-tools

by macroron & 47 others
software that creates software. Software to play around and have fun with.

21 November 2005

SWiK Home

by macroron
a project to document open-source software. SWiK features template-able wiki pages: SWiK Pages can act like blogs, or like lists of bookmarks, although by default they are just a simple page you can edit whichever way you want.

Jesse's Bookmarklets Site: Web Development Bookmarklets

by macroron & 21 others
These bookmarklets let you see how a web page is coded without digging through the source, debug problems in web pages quickly, and experiment with CSS or JS without editing the actual page.

Monket Calendar - Wiki - monket.net

by macroron & 17 others
An Ajax enabled online calendar. Drag and drop events to change dates, drag the start/end of an event to create multi-day events, create and edit events without refreshing the page, all with an iCal style interface.