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RSS updates via your instant messenger

I thought this new web application immedi.at might be of interest to AJAX Blog readers. It only uses AJAX sparingly but it is written using Rails and offers a unique capability that may be useful to some: the ability to recieve update notices in any instant messaging client when an RSS feed of interest changes….

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Incredible AJAX bookmarklet manager

I recently wrote a review of a killer AJAX’d bookmarklet manager / web application interface called Blummy that is very rad.

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Meebo and Their AJAX Jedi masters

Meebo is totally sweet. It’s a fully AJAX’d web-based instant messaging application. If you’ve not used it, you should. The people who’ve made it are AJAX Jedi’s as far as I’m concerned. Check out my meboo’s ajax review, if you like. In related news, I’ve heard that MSN and Yahoo will soon be offering interoperablility…

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It’s all happening in my Web Browser!

Like a frog set in pan of slowly heating water, I noticed just this morning that a good deal of the applications I use are 100% online and web-based. It’s been happening for a while, and it’s not anywhere near complete, but this is a trend that is actually happening and it’s only going to…

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