I have thought about why many of us is complaining every day about millions of things and are killing their friends and colleagues with this. Now I can suggest them website where they can say all what they want.
Archives: January 2007
Now Bebo users can have 100 MiniCards for only $19.99 with their photos from Bebo on them. Besides you can also get 10 MiniCards for free, but you need to hurry up, because 10,000 free sets and I think they will disappear very soon.
There are pretty much embeddable music players for MySpace and blogs but this widget I love because of the it’s look and navigation, which, by the way, is similar to Apple – like music album scrolling on new iPhone. The homepage of finetune have also all social features that are attracting users – you can make your own profile page, music playlist, leave comments and interract with others.
From the very first weeks of blogging I started to use Tiger Admin plug-in for RotorBlog.com because it has much better design and was much comfortable in use than the standard WordPress administration panel. Now I found that there is available new version of the Tiger Administration plug-in V3.0 made by Steve Smith and, of course, I immediately wanted to check it out!
After BlogBeat acquisition FeedBurner is now offering StandardStats service to track site statistics and now you are able to track feed and site audience from your FeedBurner account without any charge.
No more surfing the web to find interesting design articles and sites – now Design-Feed offers possibility to get hand-picked most interesting design related RSS feeds at one place.
According to Mashable published information Friendster, who is one of the top social networks today, is going to partner with Google. Like in MySpace and Google deal it will power Friendster search and text link ads.
Not long ago was launched new community of artists called Humble Voice. The idea of Humble Voice is to join creative people – musicians, artists, photographers, writers and to create space where they can share their talent.
I was asking Joshua Dziabiak, who is one of the Humble Voice team, to explain the idea of this social community:
“Our focus is quality users who aren’t here to make them self popular or to SPAM their message to all of their friends. We believe that by focusing on real people who have real creative abilities (art, photography, music, etc.) that it will help us develop a growing community that can be respected.”
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