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Pictures and Themes at Google Talk

Did you see the latest news of Google Talk? Now you can set your own picture and see your friends’ pictures, right from your friends list. And you can also customize the look of your chat conversations by choosing from … Continue reading

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April Fool’s Day: Change is good

Change the Job! – Jeremy Zawodny left Yahoo to go to work for Google. – Robert Scoble left Microsoft and announced that he’s going to Google. – Since there is an opening Matt Cutts is joining Yahoo! Let’s buy! – … Continue reading

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The Style Contest

Finally: The Style Contest for Movable Type, Typepad and LiveJournal! Cool! I’m not a webdesigner, so when I had some problems with the CSS of my old template, only in the dirty IE, I got crazy. Since I couldn’t find … Continue reading

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Tips for Attracting More Comments

I know that link blogs don’t have that many comments, but I’m trying to make my blog entries a bit more interesting to attract more commenters. I’m not sure if it’s working or whether this blog has more comments now … Continue reading

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Simpsomaker

I’m not a fan of Simpsons, but I can’t resist to silly stuff like The Simpsomaker. One more generator for character, where you can choose the nose, head, hair, body, eyes and another items. As I’m a huge fan of … Continue reading

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AutoStitch

AutoStitch is the world’s first fully automatic 2D image stitcher. Capable of stitching full view panoramas without any user input whatsoever, Autostitch is a breakthrough technology for panoramic photography, VR and visualisation applications. This is the first solution to stitch … Continue reading

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My Heritage

My Heritage is one of the world’s first applications to apply the scientifically advanced technologies of face detection and recognition to family history and to consumer photos; and it’s free. The site, that still in development, launched a tool called … Continue reading

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Tagnautica

Tagnautica is one more neat way to explore the Flickr Tag Space. Start with a tag and dive into tag space of related tags. The creator of Tagnautica, Mario Klingemann, developed also another experimental tool to use with Flickr: Flickeur. … Continue reading

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Tools for blogs

Blogbinders Do you remember of Blogbinders, that helps you turn your blog into a bound book? I don’t know what happened to that site, but I found something similar: BlogCollector. It’s a free and neat tool to backup your blog … Continue reading

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Google Pack

Google Pack is a new collection of free softwares developed by Google for Windows users. Yes, just for the evil system, but at least they work with Firefox. This pack is made up of Google Earth, Desktop, Picasa, Google Toolbar … Continue reading

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