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Janos Haits

The Startup Pitch | Come pitch your startup to the world - 7 views

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    The Startup Pitch is a site that was born out of an experiment in user generated news called D.I.Y. Startup news. With D.I.Y. Startup news we wanted to create a site where people could go and post startup related stories without having to have a blog or get more coverage for their up and coming blog or startup. D.I.Y Startup news was a success but it became clear that more was needed so we evolved the website into The Startup Pitch. The Startup Pitch gives Startups the ability to answer some questions about their product and have it turned into a Pitch.
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    The Startup Pitch is a site that was born out of an experiment in user generated news called D.I.Y. Startup news. With D.I.Y. Startup news we wanted to create a site where people could go and post startup related stories without having to have a blog or get more coverage for their up and coming blog or startup. D.I.Y Startup news was a success but it became clear that more was needed so we evolved the website into The Startup Pitch. The Startup Pitch gives Startups the ability to answer some questions about their product and have it turned into a Pitch.
arshad mahmood

Latest Breaking News, World, Business and Sports News - Breaking Newspaper - 0 views

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    The Breaking News Paper is the international News website Contains world News, business News, sports News, showbiz News, videos, technology News and celebrity News.
Janos Haits

news.me - 7 views

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    News.me is a personalized News service. News.me offers a remarkable new way to find out what the people who interest you are reading right now.
awqi zar

Windows Phone 7 Series hands-on and impressions (updated with video) -- Engadget - 3 views

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    Forget everything you know about Windows Mobile. Seriously, throw the whole OS concept in a garbage bin or incinerator or something. Microsoft has done what would have been unthinkable for the company just a few years ago: started from scratch. At least, that's how things look (and feel) with Windows Phone 7 Series. This really is a completely new OS -- and not just Microsoft's new OS, it's a new smartphone OS, like webOS new, like iPhone OS new. You haven't used an interface like this before (well, okay, if you've used a Zune HD then you've kind of used an interface like this). Still, 7 Series goes wider and deeper than the Zune by a longshot, and it's got some pretty intense ideas about how you're supposed to be interacting with a mobile device. We had a chance to go hands-on with the dev phone before today's announcement, and hear from some of the people behind the devices, and here's our takeaway. (And don't worry, we've got loads of pictures and video coming, so keep checking this post for the freshest updates).
Ehsan Ullah

Online News and Web Tips - 0 views

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    A blog about Technology, Online News, Web Tips, Social media News, Sports, Cricket News, Breaking News, Guidance Articles, Sports, Entertainment and more..
Janos Haits

Proliphiq Sneak Peak - The New Search Engine for Sources of Real-Time News. - 13 views

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    The New Search Engine for Sources of Real-Time News. Find profiles to 'follow' to get the best real-time News - or increase your rank so more people find and follow you! We're in a private beta at the moment. Want a sneak peek? Enter your email address below. When we have more access codes available, we'll email you one!
Janos Haits

LeFeed | Learns & Organizes News Feed, Recommends New Content - 10 views

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    Simply LeFeed analyzes your interests and usage on facebook, and uses this statistics to organize your news feed and recommend new stuff. LeFeed provides + / - buttons, so you can vote up / down posts. You may choose to let LeFeed automatically like on facebook too when you vote up a post. LeFeed Recommends new content and subjects by analyzing your and your friends interests. LeFeed immediately starts learning about you when you logged in, so you will see your custom recommendations when you signed up.
Janos Haits

News360 - 17 views

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    News360 is a next-generation News personalization and aggregation service
Cara Whitehead

What's New? - 4 views

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    Two New Free Games! Just in time for the Holiday Season - two brand new games! Test-N-Teach (TNT) is our new spelling game and Read-A-Word is our first-ever reading game. Both games are available to everyone!
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Rohit Yadav

New York Times To Release An New App Soon - 0 views

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    New York Times will be releasing an new app soon, which is meant to attract an audience which are so called mobile-first reader. This app is specifically designed for the mobile readers, as according to Times, bigger part of the Times traffic come from mobile and when big stories broke the number reaches 65%.
Janos Haits

Meporter Citizen Journalism and Hyperlocal News Reporting - 9 views

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    Meporter empowers citizen journalists by allowing you to report on hyperlocal news that is directly relevant and important to you and those around you. You are the journalist, reporting on news as it breaks, or checking in as an eyewitness with valuable updates to hyperlocal news stories as they develop in real time! Learn
Janos Haits

It's my News... - News Republic - 8 views

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    Get breaking news right on the spot - only the news that matter most to You, in a simple and intuitive dashboard.
Janos Haits

Hubii.com/ News browser - 7 views

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    Browse the news in a completely different way! Use the map to search for what you want; filter by news categories, by language, by time, go where you want with a couple of clicks....browse the news like you never did before!
Richard Kendall

Be Better at Twitter: The Definitive, Data-Driven Guide - Megan Garber - Technology - The Atlantic - 0 views

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    * Old news is no news: Twitter emphasizes real-time information, so information rapidly gets stale. Followers quickly get bored of even relatively fresh links seen multiple times. * Contribute to the story: To keep people interested, add an opinion, a pertinent fact or otherwise add to the conversation before hitting "send" on a retweet. * Keep it short: Twitter limits tweets to 140 characters, but followers still appreciate conciseness. Using as few characters as possible also leaves room for longer, more satisfying comments on retweets. * Limit Twitter-specific syntax: Overuse of #hashtags, @mentions and abbreviations makes tweets hard to read. But some syntax is helpful; if posing a question, adding a hashtag helps everyone follow along. * Keep it to yourself: The clichéd "sandwich" tweets about pedestrian, personal details were largely disliked. Reviewers reserved a special hatred for Foursquare location check-ins. * Provide context: Tweets that are too short leave readers unable to understand their meaning. Simply linking to a blog or photo, without giving readers a reason to click on it, was described as "lame." * Don't whine: Negative sentiments and complaints were disliked. * Be a tease: news or professional organizations that want readers to click on their links need to hook the reader, not give away all of the news in the tweet itself.
Janos Haits

Notify by Facebook - 1 views

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    "Notifications that matter from sources you love. Get Best New Restaurants and Bars from Thrillist on Notify Get Company News from Bloomberg Business on Notify Get Get Healthier Today from Health on Notify Get Clip of the Day from Fandango MOVIECLIPS on Notify Get Top from Techmeme on Notify Get Daily Meditation from Headspace on Notify Get What to Wear Today from GQ Magazine on Notify Get Team News from CBS Sports on Notify Get Local from Breaking News on Notify Get Final Scores from FOX Sports on Notify Get Nashville from ABC Network"
qualitypoint Tech

News Letter QualityPoint Technologies - 0 views

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    We had sent below News Letter to our email contacts. If you want to receive future News letters you can send your email id to qualitypointmail@gmail.com.
Kashif Mehmood Mughal

35+ Blogging Widgets and Tools for Promote your Valuable Articles | Dzinepress - 17 views

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    In this article we presenting famous useful widgets for bloggers who can promote valuable articles to others and also can socialize design news with these listed widgets, as our experience most of new bloggers find helpful resources and tools for promote design and development news to maximum seekers, so we providing these widgets and tools after an amazing research work according to research result.
Janos Haits

Newsprompt.co | The fastest way to discover breaking News and trending stories from around the web. - 4 views

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    "TOP NEWS, AS IT HAPPENS NEWSprompt is the fastest way to discover breaking NEWS and trending stories from around the web."
writerjack777

Techs: Install Webroot On New Computer - 0 views

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    If you want a one-stop solution for all your antivirus needs, such as virus security, malware protection, and spyware sweeping, Webroot Antivirus is your new best friend. All you have to do is register and Install Webroot On New Computer at Webroot.com/Safe and unlock an interactive world of virus security and freedom from spyware or visit.
Helen Baxter

Enterprise Web 2.0 :: Web 2.0 Re-examined: Part 2 - What is Web 2.0? - 1 views

  • What Is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 is the next evolution of the web that has a new usage paradigm as well as a new technology paradigm. The former is characterized by “architecture of participation” and the latter is characterized by “architecture of partition”. The “Consumer-centric” View Causes Confusion There is no doubt that the “web 2.0” phenomenon is ignited by the success of consumer websites like MySpace, YouTube and Flickr.  From these consumer website, analysts established “social networking” via the network effect as a key feature of web 2.0. Though it is possible that enterprise oriented social computing applications may emerge to address specific enterprise concerns, it is not clear how social networking can change enterprise IT on a more fundamental level. Analysts further characterized “Architecture of Participation” as another key element of web 2.0, as evident from YouTube and Flickr. Similarly it is unclear whether/how “architecture of participation” would impact enterprise IT mission. Enterprise IT’s mission is simple: to enable and facilitate the interaction and integration of IT systems and people. There is no doubt that web 2.0 applications like blogs and wikis based on “architecture of participation” can be useful to enterprises, but is there anything beyond blogs and wikis? The key technology behind most consumer web 2.0 websites, Ajax, is not new. The popular “mashup” concept sounds new but in reality is based on what has been built into the browser for many years. The “consumer-centric” perspective limits how we look at the technology aspect of web 2.0 and leads to the conclusion that web 2.0 involves no technology advancement. Further, “architecture of participation”, “social networking” and “harness the collective intelligence” are all usage patterns. They do not relate to technology. In fact, they can be supported well on web 1.0 technologies; reinforcing the common belief that web 2.0 has no technology foundation but rather a buzzword created by marketers.  The Differences between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 Tim O’Reilly observed the differences between web 1.0 and web 2.0 from a consumer perspective in his original essay: Web 1.0   Web 2.0 DoubleClick --> Google AdSense Ofoto --> Flickr Akamai --> BitTorrent mp3.com --> Napster Britannica Online --> Wikipedia personal websites --> blogging evite --> upcoming.org and EVDB domain name speculation --> search engine optimization page views --> cost per click screen scraping --> web services publishing --> participation content management systems --> wikis directories (taxonomy) --> tagging ("folksonomy") stickiness --> syndicationFrom Consumer Web 1.0 to Consumer Web 2.0    From an enterprise perspective, web 2.0 introduces a very different set of changes:  Web 1.0   Web 2.0 Browser --> Application Client Container HTML --> Declarative application markup HTTP(pull, unreliable) --> Push, pub/sub, reliable Application Server --> Mashup Server Appilcation Integration --> Enterprise Mashup/SOA Press release --> Corporate blogs Packaged software --> On demand/Saas Close source --> Open source Top down (dictatorship) --> Bottom up (democracy) Superbowl Ad/TV --> Google AdFrom Enterprise Web 1.0 to Enterprise Web 2.0 The Two Pillars: Consumer Web 2.0 and Enterprise Web 2.0 Web 2.0 has two pillars: consumer web 2.0 and enterprise web 2.0. These two do overlap, in particular, in the area of social computing. Consumer web 2.0 and enterprise web 2.0 have different characteristics, as shown below: Consumer Web 1.0   Enterprise Web 2.0 Architecture of Participation Architecture of Partition Social networking On Demand computing/SaaS Harness collective intelligence Enterprise social computing HTML Mashup Enterprise mashup Rich User Experience Rich User Experience The Web As Platform The Web As PlatformKey Characteristics of Consumer Web 2.0 and Enterprise Web 2.0 The technology paradigm shifts with web 2.0 brings tremendous, tangible and measurable ROI to corporate IT. Further, the new possibilities enabled by web 2.0 such as social computing are bringing corporate IT to new horizons.
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