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November 2005

Hur kan vi underlätta det ständigt ökande informationsflödet på webben?

Internet utvecklas hela tiden och nya Web 2.0 tjänster dyker upp nästan varje dag. Så hur gör vi för att klara oss i detta enorma informations flöde som bara växer hela tiden? Hur kan vi med egna bloggar och hemsidor hjälpa till?

Windows Live announced

What is Windows Live? Your online world gets better when everything works simply and effortlessly together. That's the basic idea behind Windows Live. So the things you care about - your friends, the latest information, your e-mails, powerful search, your PC files, everything – comes together in one place. This is a brand new Internet experience designed to put you in control. And this is just the beginning – you'll see many more new services in the coming months.

September 2005

Listal - A social DVD, book, music and games collection manager

Listal is a web based collection manager application which supports DVDs (region 1 and 2), books, games and music.

August 2005

RSS Ping

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RSS Ping combines RSS item metadata with site update information. It enhances the current ping specification, adding information about exactly what has been updated or published, with the notification that something has been updated. RSS Ping reduces the need to revisit or work done by aggregators and search engines when revisiting the publisher site after being pinged, to provide truly real-time updates for information on the Web.

AJAX enable chat module released |

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I have just made a checkin into the contributions repo of an ajax enabled chat module. This module depends on the buddylist module to allow users to chat in real time with their online buddies on a Drupal powered website. The module includes the drupal.js created by thox for enabling Ajax in Drupal. We started off on this module to explore how we can utilize rich internet technologies like AJAX to create something useful within Drupal. The module is shaping up nicely but it can do with more robustness. This is definitely alpha quality code.


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Loomia provides search, recommendations, and personalization for podcasts, videocasts, and other syndicated media. We do this now with a web site that offers unique podcast search, discovery, and management features. In the future, we will distribute these services to partners who want to give their users access to elements of our services.


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Welcome to elfURL, where we make giant URLs shorter. Some say our elves make the smallest URLs around. Our URLs are not 'tiny' but they certainly are small. Why use our elves? They provide free stats, rel-tags and tags – that’s why!

Ask Jeeves Blog: MyJeeves 1.2: To Tag Or Not To Tag…

Many people think tagging provides an elegant paradigm of organizing information. In addition, we're starting to see the "power of many" being leveraged to build fancy stuff like shared folksonomies where you plug your personal information sphere into the collective mindset. Having sat through half a dozen usability tests for MyJeeves, however, it is pretty clear to me that foldering is a more intuitive way of organizing, especially to those new to the exciting world of personal information management. Foldering may be clunky, but it's how people think - at least that's how they think today. Maybe it's because we are naturally wired that way, or maybe it's because most of us grew up with Windows. What is certain is that after a while, most users end up with an unmanageable folder hierarchy and start losing track of where things are. What can be done to take users out of this frustrating mess? Or more exactly, assuming that tagging is indeed one solution, how can we help users to transition from folders to tags, or at least add tagging to their repetoire? When we were scoping MyJeeves 1.2 a while back, this was the topic of endless coffee talks…and one or two beer talks.

July 2005

FeedShake - Merge , sort and filter RSS feeds

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Feedshake tool helps you to generate new feeds by merging, sorting and filtering existing online RSS feeds. This service doesn't require any subscription nor e-mail adress.


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Loudblog is a sleek and easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS) for publishing audio content on the web. It automatically generates a skinnable website and an RSS-Feed for Podcasting. Just upload your audio files, add some notes and links, and you’re done!

Blogdigger Groups - Beta

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Blogdigger Groups allows you to combine the contents of two or more blogs making the combined content easily accessible all at once. You can create a Blogdigger Group using any blogs that have RSS feeds. Once you specify the feeds that comprise your Blogdigger Group you will be able to view the posts from those feeds, sorted by date, and even export your group in OPML or OCS, or subscribe to your Blogdigger Group as an RSS feed.

June 2005

My Web 2.0 BETA - Sign In - Yahoo!

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Create your own personal searchable web * Tag and save content that matters to you Find better answers from the people you trust * Connect to friends and share what you know * Search or browse to discover what your community knows Discover what the world has tagged and shared

The Unofficial Web Applications List

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This site is dedicated to the growing volume of web applications out there. As I come across new web applications, I will keep adding them to the site. Meanwhile, do share with us your favorite web applications if you have any!


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TechCrunch is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing every newly launched web 2.0 business, product and service.