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Unroll.Me - The easy way to remove email subscriptions - 13 views

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    The easy way to remove email subscriptions! Select your email provider below to get started. Don't worry, we don't store your login information!
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    Supported email services: gmail, hotmail/Livemail, Yahoo, AOL


    > We only use your login information to get you started. We don't save your password anywhere
    > Once you unsubscribe from a newsletter, the provider, according to the "CAN SPAM ACT of 2003", can take up to 10 days to take you off of their email list. If you are still receiving emails after the 10 day period, please contact us and we will do what we can to resolve the issue.
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Yahoo! Search - Web Search - 8 views

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    only search webpage
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    content search
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Yahoo! Mindset - 13 views

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    Do a search for your keywords and then move the bar towards "Research" and then towards "Shopping". Look at your competitors and why Yahoo considers one to be more of a shopping site and the other one to be more of a research site. By doing a quick test on our competitors I noticed that Yahoo values blogs and thus if a competitor has a blog on their site, Yahoo believes it to be a research oriented site. (as well as shopping if it finds Buy buttons and SSL check outs)
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    I'm confused. I don't see a "bar". The links takes me to something called "Yahoo! Research" and the homepage has several tabs but when I enter a search term at the top I get regular-looking results, not categorized ones.
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Google vs Yahoo Search Graph - 8 views

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    This tool looks at the results from Yahoo and Google, finds the similarities and then gives you a graphical display of what results are in both search engines.
    This illustrates that optimizing your site for both engines is not a very easy thing to do, but not impossible.
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YUI 2: Grids CSS - 7 views

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    YUI Grids CSS offers four preset page widths, six preset templates, and the ability to stack and nest subdivided regions of two, three, or four columns. The 4kb file provides over 1000 page layout combinations.
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Visualizing Yahoo! Mail - 4 views

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    Hundreds of thousands of emails are sent every second, and yet, you wouldn't really know it because there aren't public-facing streams like that of Twitter. Outside your own inbox, how much email is there exactly? Yahoo, in collaboration with information visualization firm Periscopic, shows you how much email they process in real-time with this interactive feature.

    The initial view is a world map, and scaled bubbles represent how many emails were currently sent. Hover over continents for user geographic distribution and gigabytes sent.

    There's also trending topics from anonymized subject headers via streamgraph. The view is interesting as you can click on sections so that the surrounding streams split, so you get a sense of distribution along with details per keyword. The keyword data, however, isn't all that interesting for the most part. You'll see keywords such as online, free, and nights. Not too meaningful. There are a few exceptions though like Oprah and wars.

    There is also an option to include spam keywords with equally generic terms.

    Finally, if you go back to the map and keep on clicking, you eventually get to some fun facts about email, such as there are over sextillion ways to spell Viagra.

    All in all, it's a comprehensive view of how much email Yahoo handles that's fun to poke around. Turn on your speakers for playful sound effects.

    via http://flowingdata.com/2011/10/13/visualizing-yahoo-email-processing-in-real-time/
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Yuan.CC Maps - 2 views

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    Allows you to view the location of Flickr photos and GPS tracks. It will also allow you to geotag your Flickr photos and upload your own GPS tracks. The "yuan" command searches the maps for an address. It defaults to load Flickr photos, but you can add "-service gps" to load GPS tracks. Optionally, the zoom level can be set using "-z". Zoom options are from 1 (the whole world) to 19 (street level).
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Twingine - 2 views

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    Google and yahoo compare search
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BaeBo{beta} by Francis Shanahan[.com] - 0 views

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    Baebo is a shopping site that lets you compare Amazon, eBay and Yahoo all in one place!
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Yahoo! Site Explorer - 1 views

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    Yahoo! Site Explorer is a tool that lets you access the information we have about a site's online presence. You can see which sites and subpages are indexed by Yahoo! Search, track sites that link into webpage, and view the most popular pages from any site. Use Site Explorer to:\n * Find which sites and subpages are indexed by Yahoo! Search!.\n * Find pages that link to that site or any page. (inlinks)\n * View the most popular pages from any site.\n * Submit and track feeds for your sites.\n
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Meme- Share text, photos, videos and audio. Spread it! - 1 views

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    Yahoo!'s Twitter
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Googawho? 2-in-1 Search! | Side by Side searching makes web search fun again. - 0 views

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    compare ALL of the internet's top search engines
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Yahoo! Query Language - YDN - 0 views

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    The Yahoo! Query Language is an expressive SQL-like language that lets you query, filter, and join data across Web services. With YQL, apps run faster with fewer lines of code and a smaller network footprint.
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JSLint, The JavaScript Code Quality Tool - 0 views

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    JSLint takes a JavaScript source and scans it. If it finds a problem, it returns a message describing the problem and an approximate location within the source. The problem is not necessarily a syntax error, although it often is. JSLint looks at some style conventions as well as structural problems. It does not prove that your program is correct. It just provides another set of eyes to help spot problems.
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Spezify - 0 views

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VisualSeeker - Yahoo!ラボ - 0 views

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    Yahoo! labs japan
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