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Create a Socially Integrated Online Shop in 60 Seconds

Tinypay.me is the easiest way to sell virtually anything and is the world’s first socially integrated e-commerce website. Genius Idea: If you are thinking of putting an old watch up for auction oneBay or listing your latest T-shirt design on Etsy, you may want to check out Tinypay.me first. Tinypay.me is an e-commerce service that enables […]

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Evernote Competitor Springpad Launches Killer Android App

Springpad is an awesome app. Like Evernote, it allows you to save items in a virtual notebook of sorts. But the app doesn’t stop at saving information; it also pulls in actionable links. For example, if you “save” a movie, you also save links to buy tickets for a local theatre or add that film […]

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5 Great Ways to Find Music That Suits Your Mood

Jessica Miller has written for Jewcy.com, The Jew and the Carrot, and is an avid digital music explorer. She holds a B.A. in religion from Barnard College, and blogs regularly on her own site, The Boomerang Blog. You don’t have to be Oliver Sacks to know that music can have a profound effect on the human psyche. Music is […]

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Group buying: A billion-dollar Web trend?

Can we all get a better deal by making purchases together? That’s the idea behind a new breed of “group buying” Web sites — at least one of which may be valued at more than $1 billion. It’s hardly a stretch to predict that group buying will become one of the biggest Web trends of […]

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Google Adds Calendar Invitations to Gmail Messages

If you’re a Gmail user, you may have noticed a surprising new feature in your e-mail account this morning: There’s now an “Insert: Invitation” link adjacent to the “Attach a file” link in each new message you compose. The invitation addition makes scheduling meetings and setting up appointments via Gmail much easier. It also completes the […]

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OffiSync Now Lets You Co-Author Files With Most Versions Of Microsoft Office (And Google Docs)

OffiSyncis a plugin for Microsoft Office that serves as a bridge between Office and Google Docs. When it first launched, the app’s primary feature was to save Office documents to your Google account. It’s since integrated Google Image Serach into Office, and support for Google Sites. And today it’s getting another major upgrade: you’ll now be able to sync […]

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Google Docs Adds Major New Features

Google has announced that it has rebuilt Google Docs from the ground-up. The result is a massive overhaul of Google Docs, including completely redesigned spreadsheet, document, and drawing editors, group chat functionality, and the ability to collaborate with real-time character-by-character mark-up, much like Google Wave. You can preview the new changes, starting today. The one word […]

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10 Fantastic Photoshop Tutorials on YouTube

Photoshop has been a mainstay of the design software pantheon for over 20 years, and it remains a great tool for pro artists and social media customizers alike. But the sophisticated image editor has a daunting learning curve. With so many tools, features, and concepts to get a hold of, new users can be discouraged […]

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5 Insightful TED Talks on Social Media

As social media has become a game changer for industries across the board, you can bet the experts at this year’s TED conference will have their sights set on peeling back the hype and getting at the core of what social technology has in store for this year and beyond. Perhaps the best part of […]

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Google Real-Time Search Invades the Intranet

Google’s freshly launched real-time search is the big news of the week. And as it turns out, real-time search is not just limited to public searches on Google.com, but is also available to Google Search Appliance users. Now, if your intranet or Web site search is powered by Google’s enterprise universal search appliance, you too can take in […]

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Amazon Improves Kindle Battery Life and Adds PDF Reader

Just in time to remind holiday shoppers, Amazon has announced an 85% battery life increase as well as a native PDF reader application for the Kindle digital book reader. Whereas the previous battery life topped out at about four days with wireless access turned on, the updated Kindle will run for seven days without needing to be […]

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How Google Wave is Changing the News

It’s not too often that legacy media learns a new mass communication tool along with its audience. But that’s exactly what’s going on now because of Google Wave. Although it’s still invitation only and in preview, the real-time wiki collaboration platform is being used by some media companies for community building, real-time discussion, crowdsourcing, collaboration both […]

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Google Translate Now Talks and Translates in Real-time

Google’s tool for translating text between 51 languages, Google Translate, has just added some very nifty and very useful features, with the biggest change being the addition of instant, real-time translations. While the company hasn’t removed the “translate” button from its service, it should because now the proper translation will appear in real-time below the text box. […]

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Now Anyone Can Host Their Own (Experimental) Google Wave Server

Google promise to let developers improve the code and they did. They promised federation for Wave, meaning that anyone could take the Wave code and run their own private or public wave server. Google took the first step towards the full federation of its real-time communication platform by announcing that the developer sandbox version of Google […]

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Barnes and Noble going International

Want to be the head of Barnesandnoble.com’s international business? Because they’re definitely hiring a whole team, and they’re starting at the top. Recruiting firm Russell Reynolds Associates is representing Barnes & Noble in a search for the “head of their international business,” according to a source who was contacted about the position. The job entails […]

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