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Using Google mail (apps or Gmail)? Try Rapportive to see you contacts activity in the net instead of ads

Rapportive shows you everything about your contacts right inside your inbox. You can immediately see what people look like, where they’re based, and what they do. You can establish rapport by mentioning shared interests. You can grow your network by connecting on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and more. And you can record thoughts for later by […]

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Wiki with all pay as you Go plans around the world

Going out on a trip? Would you like to have a web with all the prepaid phone plans around the word, which, by the way, you can contribute to? It is there, in a wikimedia way: Pay as you Go

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Jailbreak your iPhone just visiting a website

Do you have an iPhone? even an iPhone 4? Just go to http://jailbreakme.com with safari in your iPhone and slide the bar. Jailbreaking your iPhone now just as easy as this… Why should you do that? Well, first now it is legal, you can always restore your iPhone if you prefer, and you get cydia, […]

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Soho OS Lands $1M, Opens Business Management Suite To All Small Businesses

A couple of months ago techcrunch covered Soho OS,describing its offering as a soup-to-nuts “hybrid of Quicken + Zoho + SalesForce”. Today, the company is announcing that it has secured $1 million in funding from The Time. This is on top of the $250K the company had raised in its pre-seed round. The company has already begun […]

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Traveling? Create your own travel guide

Stay.com turns travel planning into a fun and social activity. Have fun discovering some of the best attractions, restaurants and hotels around the world, collect places you find interesting in your own guide and share it with family and friends. Forget about your already outdated travel books. Stay.com has updated information on thousands of places […]

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TIME best blogs for 2010

Best Blogs Zenhabits PostSecret Climate Progress HiLobrow Hipster Runoff Kottke.org Cake Wrecks The Oatmeal S___ My Kids Ruined Deadline Hollywood Everything Everywhere The Sartorialist Information Is Beautiful The Daily Kitten Shorpy Apartment Therapy Double X Strobist Roger Ebert’s Journal The Awl GeekDad Engadget The Washington Note The Consumerist Pitchfork Essential Blogs The Daily Wh.at TechCrunch […]

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Stick with me, baby!: Cool Mac stickers

A group of designers living and working in Barcelona for Herraiz Soto & Co created a family of stickers to personalize the Apple logo on the MacBook with some hair. Clearly, these designers are not business types. If you’re a Mac user (like me) you may relate. The collection is called Stick With Me Baby. I don’t […]

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Flowdock: keep your team organised

Flowdock is a web based project management tool that helps you keep your team organized and up-to-date with no effort. Similiar tools include yammer, Google wave or SociaWwork. Flowdock is similar to google wave, with strong focus on tagging. The best way for you to understand how it works it to watch their video:

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Annotate web sites and pdf. Keep organized.

Nowadays we spend more time surfing the Internet than sleeping. Some of us work hooked in a browser, searching for information and managing it, and believe me, to keep track of relevant information is not an easy task. Before we use to have cabinets where we stored our papers, now we have bookmarks, and other […]

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CloudApp: sharing files in the cloud elegantly

CloudApp allows you to share images, links, music, videos and files. Here is how it works: choose a file, drag it to the menubar and they take care of the rest. Thy provide you with a short link automatically copied to your clipboard that you can use to share your upload with co-workers and friends. Additionally you can view, track and delete files […]

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iWebcamera: Turn your iPhone into a real webcam

Turn your iPhone into a real webcamera and use it to video chat with your family and friends. With iWebcamera you can use your iPhone as webcamera in applications like Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Youtube and every other webcamera enabled application. Features Turn your iPhone into a real wireless webcamera. Two quality options. Instant-Pause mode, […]

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Google alerts

Google has a service you might never have heard of: Google Alerts. Google Alerts are emails sent to you when Google finds new results — such as web pages, newspaper articles, or blogs — that match your search term. You can use Google Alerts to monitor anything on the Web. For example, people use Google […]

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snapfinger: order your next meal online

Snapfinger is the largest online restaurant ordering site with more than 28,000 locations in over 1,600 cities.. Don’t wait in line… Snapfinger is the largest online Restaurant Ordering Site Snapfinger is the US’s largest most complete restaurant search and remote ordering site for take-out, delivery and catering from your favorite restaurants. More than four years […]

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withings wifi body scale

Five months ago I wrote a post about tools to control your diet. Now I would like to extend on a 125euro gadget that I might buy in the future: withings. Withings is a body scale that it is connected via wifi to internet. It is a smart body scale, you just step on it […]

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MAXroam cheap international roaming

Living in the US you can travel around using your own data plan, with you iPhone, iPad, Android or whaterver. In Europe it sucks as everytime you change country you roam. I was looking for prepaid plans in Spain, Switzerland and France for iPads or just as a USB modem (3G) when I found this: […]

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