September 2009

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100,000 Invites: Everything You Need to Know About Tomorrow’s Google Wave Preview Launch

Google just officially announced that it will send out 100,000 invitations to preview Google Wave tomorrow. These accounts will go to developers who are already in the developers preview and users who signed up for accounts at wave.google.com on a first-come, first-served basis. A select number of Google Apps users will also get access to […]

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money management

Money management is now easy with moneystrands. If you do not want to monitor multiple bank sites and maintain painful spreadsheets anymore, then moneyStrands automatically pulls together data from your bank, credit card and investment accounts to provide an accurate, up-to-date picture of your financial life broken down by meaningful automatically identified categories along with […]

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outright offers you free online bookkeeping

Outright is out of beta. Outright is a very simple-to-use web service that helps you track income and expenses, pay estimated taxes on time, and see how your business is doing. It’s perfect for self employed people. Unfortunately only for the US, but a great product.

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Iris Notes

IRISnotes is a pen and mobile note taker that can capture handwritten notes and drawings, as well as edit, save and export them. Your handwritten notes can be instantly converted into editable text in a wide range of languages. Turn your handwritten notes into editable text*! Simply write your text using the provided ink pen. […]

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Etze, buying and selling handycrafts online

Etsy is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell items that are handmade, as well as vintage goods and crafting supplies. Etzy mission is to enable people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers. Their vision is to build a new economy and present a better choice: Buy, […]

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Mobileme not synchronizing your contacts any longer?

I had a problem with mobileme. I could not sync my contacts. They were fine in my iphone (my main input tool) and on mobileme. My macbook pro was not synchronizing… I tried everything, from going to the settings of mobileme in my mac and reseting it, to delete everything on my mac in order to […]

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iPhone 3GS voice commands in Spanish

Llamar a un contacto Diga “llamar” o “marcar” y, a continuación, el nombre de la persona. Si una persona tiene más de un número de teléfono, puede añadir “fijo” o “móvil”, por ejemplo. Marcar un número Diga “llamar” o “marcar” y, a continuación, el número. Realizar una corrección Diga “error”, “ese no” o “no”. Controlar la reproducción de música […]

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No to all in windows xp

When you drag the files from the source to the target directory, Windows XP alerts you that a file exists in the target location with the same filename as one you’re trying to copy. It also asks you whether it should replace the existing file or not, as shown. If you were working in Windows […]

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Picasa 3.5 with face recognition and google maps

Picasa 3.5, a new version of our free photo editing software for Mac or PC. Picasa 3.5 has name tags and uses the same technology that powers name tags on Picasa Web Albums. With name tags, you can organize your photos based on what matters most: the people in them. When you first launch Picasa […]

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Starbucks Goes Mobile: Pay For Coffee With Your iPhone

Starbucks and the iPhone are sort of the perfect combination. You can browse the web for free on the AT&T hotspots, you can buy in-store songs from iTunes right from your phone, and now you can use two new official iPhone apps. Now available in the App Store, myStarbucks (iTunes Link) and Starbucks Card Mobile (iTunes Link) let […]

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WebNotes, a nice web annotation tool

Web annotation services let people add their own virtual Sticky Notes or comments to Web pages for others to see. But Web annotation is back with the launch today of Google’s Sidewiki. To be honest, I don’t have high hopes for Sidewiki. Marking up the Web has limited appeal to the average consumer. A better approach, […]

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Wedding Proposal

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Human Canvas: Body Painting Meets Fine Art

Emma Hack has made a name for herself as one of the most creative and visionary Australian artists to come along in years. But she doesn’t work on canvas or clay; her medium is the beautiful form of the human body. Hack began her career as a makeup artist, hairdresser and children’s face painter. But […]

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PBworks Adds Microblogging And Email Upload Features To Wikis

PBworks (formally known as PBwiki), a startup that specializes in helping businesses, non-profits, and educational institutions collaborate via wikis, today announced its Social Collaboration Update for PBworks Project Edition and Legal Edition, which integrates social media-style user profiles and microblogging to help teams work together more easily. The new user profiles in PBworks allow organizations to […]

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Crazy Contortionist Art: Bodies in Urban Spaces

How would you react if you were walking down a crowded city street and 20 people suddenly ran past you and crammed their bodies into the tiny space between two buildings? What if you happened to look up and see someone hanging from a street light, wedged into a window frame, or squeezed into the […]

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