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New kid on the search engine block
[Link] http://weimo.de/node/738
A blog post about Worio


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 09:05 AM | Comments (3)


The awesome javascript library: jQuery is being adopted by Microsoft and Nokia
[Link] http://ejohn.org/blog/jqueryembraceextend/
In a John Resig post titled "jQuery.embrace().extend();"


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 08:36 AM | Comments (0)


10 Pipes for Your Tubes
[Link] http://newteevee.com/2007/03/14/10-pipes-for-your-tubes/
Shows how cool Yahoo! Pipes is and what it can be used for.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 10:38 AM | Comments (0)


Open Street Map: WikiProject Iran
[Link] http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/index.php/WikiProject_Iran
Roozbeh and others started mapping Tehran for OpenStreetMap.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 05:10 PM | Comments (0)


James Ward’s Blog: How I Overcame My Fear of Flash
[Link] http://www.jamesward.org/wordpress/2007/02/21/how-i-overcame...
I don't think writing applications with a hyper text language like HTML is a wise thing to do. My hope was on something like XUL. But that does not look like catching at all.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 04:03 PM | Comments (0)


GoDaddy pulls security site after MySpace complaints | CNET News.com
[Link] http://news.com.com/2100-1025-6153607.html?tag=tb
It's time that I move my domain away from GoDaddy.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 04:58 PM | Comments (0)


AlltheWeb Livesearch Beta
[Link] http://livesearch.alltheweb.com/?ek=1
Created by Yahoo! Search. Neat.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 10:15 PM | Comments (0)


mezzoblue: Patents v. Microsoft
[Link] http://www.mezzoblue.com/archives/2006/03/30/patents_v_m/
Microsoft is changing ActiveX behaviors. I was wonder if that will affect the way flash objects work.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 06:52 PM | Comments (0)


Prototype Dissected
[Link] http://www.snook.ca/archives/000531.php
A cheatsheet for prototype, listing all methods.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 08:43 AM | Comments (0)


Slashdot is Going out of Style in 2006 (by Jeremy Zawodny)
[Link] http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/006081.html
Jeremy believes that the strategy of using users as editors in sites like digg.com will win against the dictatorship in Slashdot.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 10:10 AM | Comments (0)


Amazon Mechanical Turk: Artificial Artifical Intelligence
[Link] http://battellemedia.com/archives/002007.php
As mentioned in John Battelle's Searchblog it totally looks like hoax, but seems like it is not! It is something like RPC with human as server.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 02:14 PM | Comments (0)


Open Content Alliance (OCA)
[Link] http://www.opencontentalliance.org/
From John Battelle's Searchblog: "The Internet Archive, Yahoo! Inc., Adobe Systems Inc., the European Archive, HP Labs, the National Archives (UK), O’Reilly Media Inc., Prelinger Archives, the University of California, and the University of Toronto, today announced the formation of the Open Content Alliance (OCA), a global consortium focused on providing open access to content while respecting the rights of copyright holders. The OCA will provide a wide range of material including cultural, historical and technological digitized print and multimedia content from libraries, archives and publishers. Content will be hosted in a single, permanent repository and complete works will be searchable and downloadable for free by anyone."


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 10:32 PM | Comments (0)


Yahoo! Search blog: 19million pages in Yahoo Search
[Link] http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000172.html
That's more than what Google is written on it first page: 8billion. Check out the Search Engine Watch article titled "Search Engine Results Continuing to Diverge" too.


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 06:20 PM | Comments (0)


Shift Delete: 1and1 review
[Link] http://shift-delete.blogspot.com/2005/07/1and1-review.html
But use my 1and1 link. Although Ehsan's review is more about good things but recently I had some problems with 1and1. They mis-calculated my traffic and they're answering my support requests with some vague emails. They did the same thing to others too. Also see my previous report on 1and1's down time in my blog. But in general the price compared to offered features is so low that you hardly can find a better substition. Check their Linux Hosting plans and prices


Posted to Computer»Web by pooya at 09:59 AM | Comments (1)
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