Google Sitemaps Updated

Google made an update with one of their line of products — Google Sitemaps. Some of the newest added features: Expanded query stats Increased limit of sites and Sitemaps that can be added to an account robots.txt analysis tool addition Comprehensive webmaster help center Quick snapshot of the status of your site in the index...

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Freemium 2.0 Business Model

Fred Wilson strikes out an interesting article about his favorite (google-like, flickr-like) business model, wherein the word Freemium was reinstated. Fred wrote: Give your service away for free, possibly ad supported but maybe not, acquire a lot of customers very efficiently through word of mouth, referral networks, organic search...

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Gtalkr

Google seemed to be unstoppable with their tremendous work, they’ve recently released a new web based client named Gtalkr, which employs Google Talk using a flash-based interface. It’s quite similar to 2entwine’s GUSH and Meebo. But its simplicity defies those online application that uses AJAX, it allows you to...

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(SSE) Simple Sharing Extension

Microsoft recently announced their new Creative Common’s Licensed based Specification SSE (Simple Sharing Extension), an extension that utilizes both OPML & RSS Semantics. According to the specification, SSE provides an Item sharing over RSS, it outlines the use of RSS as bidirectional replication, not just the current...

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Fruitcast – Advertising for podcasts

With the increasing number of people listening to podcasts, FortyMedia indtroduced Fruitcast, a new great online service for podcasters and advertisers which coincides the idea behind Google’s AdSense Program. The media and program itself helps podcasters monetize their show, make money with podcasting by Fruitcast’s...

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Microformats

Microformats are set of formats designed to solve a specific problem by reusing building blocks of widely adopted standards. Its simplicity and principles are interconnected and intertwined with the current state of our web now. Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built...

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Upated: Writely, Writeboard & JotSpot

Online Document Collaboration seems to be growing vastly. Here’s an update with this three sweet applications to watch out. Writeboard Writeboards are shareable, web-based text documents that let you save every edit, roll back to any version and easily compare changes. Writeboard makes it easy to… Write without fear of...

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Delineate or Mint?

After the popularity of Shortstat, Shaun Inman created another excellent web application called Mint, a nifty referrer-spam-proof tool that helps your site identify where the most interest is being generate and over what». But the only drawback is you have to buy it for $30/per site. Well, after the success of two, Ben...

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New programming technique on the rise

I’m not hardcore in terms of programming, but what I see now around the net is the rise of this new approach in programming called AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), a newly-coined term and technique which incorporates XHTML, Cascading Style Sheets, JavaScript, DOM, XML, XSLT, and the XMLHttpRequest object. With this at hand,...

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Track visitors to your website using Google Maps

With the advent relase of Google Maps, developers gained superiority in developing simple yet complicated online programs, like this one. But tracking visitors in our website may seem to be hard if we’re reading statistics and facing line-graphs. We may use Shaun Inman’s free Shortstat, but what really floats my boat...

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