Web 2.0 logo creator

Surfing the internet I found interesting site full of irony about Web 2.0. This site simply is Web 2.0 logo generator where you can simply create Web 2.0 style logo. […]

Rarhost – free rar file hosting

Today many file hosting sites are trying to offer file hosting for wide type of file formats, but Rarhost has found their niche on .rar file archive hosting. ?

Facebook Firefox extension adds Browster/MySpace-like features

Sarah Williams has a nice summary of a new Facebook “FaceLift” Firefox extension available from StudioLD. The main feature is full profiles that pop-over upon rolling over friend thumbnails. Reminds […]

Facebook courting developer community with new APIs

Today, Facebook released a set of APIs that allow developers to retrieve and display proprietary Facebook information in web and desktop applications. Information that is available via the documented functions […]

Websites that changed the world

Here is list of websites that changed the world and thinking of many people. 1. eBay.com – Auction and shopping site Users: 168m 2. wikipedia.org – Online encyclopaedia Users: 912,000 […]

Netscape and Digg battle – second wave

First Netscape announced that they are hiring top Digg users to work for Netscape. Now Netscape and Digg battle is getting more interesting and one Digg fan has launched a […]

Apple Design Awards 2006 winners

“The Apple Design Awards is an annual contest, sponsored by Apple, to recognize technical excellence and outstanding achievement on Mac OS X.” ?

Fanpop – Social Network for Fans

Fanpop is a social network where people create spots for something they have interest to. You can create a spot and then any fan can share a link with possibilities […]

Feedburner Testing Blog Networks

FeedBurner is now is testing new feature called “Networks”. According to Brad Feld this service is planned to launch in September but now you can see how it works as […]

News From CrunchNetwork-Job Board Launched

Today has launched CrunchBoard – the most selfish project from the Crunch. And Michael Arrington is shameless enough to say that: A good percentage of emails coming to me every […]