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W3C Working to Simplify Multilingual Web Content Practices

The first two words of WWW mean “world wide,” and this is one important aspect of the Web that the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) (news, site) is currently focusing on. With about 2 billion Internet users around the world across continents, not everyone is speaking the same language. Given the relative increase in use of […]

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domai.nr

Most of the domain names are already taken. For the .com .net and .org, the first ones to appear, any combination of 6 or less characters is nearly gone… so you either buy in the resell market or you use one of the latest released such as .cc or .co or country base such .ly , .es […]

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Usabilla Micro usability tests

Usabilla offers a fast and simple way to collect feedback in any stage of the design process. Ask your users simple questions to collect valuable feedback and discover usability issues. Use our One-Click-Tasks to measure task performance. Users simply share their feedback by clicking anywhere on your website, mockup, sketch, or image. Measure time, collect […]

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Kindle for the Web

Well, this is what was missing. Good step for Amazon: gorgeous Kindle v3 with 50% better contrast, slim, light… iPhone app, iPad app… and now Kindle for the Web.

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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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Facebook, Twitter and YouTube redesign their websites

In the last months we have seen some Internet titans redesign their websites. Facebook First it was Facebook. They changed a lot. Before they had this bar at the bottom of the page with the apps, chat and so, which is now back to the traditional menus in the top and left. People complained at […]

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redux

Are you looking for stories? You normally use your list of blogs, youtube and so, and then you might share it in facebook or twitter, or maybe you are bombarded by funny emails on fridays with jokes and so. If you are the kind of person who likes this friday’s emails, then redux can be […]

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Winsome Words: 18 Examples of Typography in Web Design

[ By Steph in Architecture & Design, Gadgets & Geek Art. ] “Web design is 95% typography.” That quote has been repeated around the internet so many times it has practically become gospel – probably because it’s true. While images are important, most of what we process while browsing the web is text. Using the […]

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play.fm

PLAY.FM is the most comprehensive audio database for DJ and club culture on the internet. More than 12.000 DJ sets, live recordings and radio sessions can be streamed free of charge and on-demand. Upload, track list wiki, meta-shop DJs can upload and release studio mixes, radio sessions and event recordings themselves and check their audience […]

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Survs – Collaborative Online Survey Tool, Web Survey Software

You might know a lot of online services to create surveys: SurveyMonkey, Zoomerang…. well, here we have a new one, still on beta, but new and looking goooood. Survs – Collaborative Online Survey Tool, Web Survey Software.

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Pachube

Pachube is a web service available at http://www.pachube.com that enables you to connect, tag and share real time sensor data from objects, devices, buildings and environments around the world.

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download videos from youtube

Have you ever wondered how to download a video from youtube and then put it offline in your iPod? Here you have a website: KeepVid You add the URL of the video you want, then you select the quality and voila!

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Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web

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gubb

Remember I posted a link to a web based “to do” list called “Remember the Milk“? Remeber the Milk was very good web tool to manage your to do lists. It even has offline mode using google gears. Now we have a new comer in the market: gubb gubb is a free web-based application with […]

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qik roam

http://qikroam.com QiK Roam is a solution to set you free from expensive roaming charges when using your mobile device while traveling. Instead of coming home to a nasty shock in the form of a gigantic bill from your cellular service provider, you can take advantage of Qik Roam’s hugely discounted voice and data rates in […]

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