Category Archives: Web 2.0

Special Databases

Special Databases have compiled a colossal database of business leads in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to help businesses turn potential leads into genuine sales. This information is available for interested parties at reasonable and affordable pricing. All listings are designed to integrate with other business databases for ease of use. Special…

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css view

I think css is getting old because it has become online procedure to use it on popular websites. For example, google uses it and their motto was fast results in seconds. With css, it would only be a false advertisement to suggest that because all google does nowadays is freeze my computer and cell phone…

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Email Using JavaMail

JavaMail, a technology from Java allows programmers to develop code that can send emails whether in plain text or HTML. Here’s a short easy code to send email to a recipient. public static boolean send(String replyTo, String from_email, String to_email, String subject, String body, String type) { boolean sent = false; try { Properties prop…

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yWriter 4

Fiction writers can always benefit from useful tools that are free. Keeping track of story lines and characters can sometimes become a hectic task, but it is not an impossible one. yWriter 4 can definitely handle its own among other free applications and some paid ones as well. If you are serious about writing and…

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Microsoft Office Live Workspace

Although Microsoft can produce some well functioning products, there are times that they miss the mark completely. As technology moves onward, online storage space has become a necessity. Instead of just relying on local storage, users can access important information and documents virtually anywhere. The only requirements are a high speed internet connection, an online…

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AIM 6.5

I love using instant messaging programs because they provide me with an always on instant access. Instead of playing email or phone tag, I can easily get in touch with my friends or co-workers. There have been too many times that I missed a vital phone call or email. Since I am consistently at my…

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Apple Safari Browser

Searching for the perfect browser can sometimes be a headache. Although there are several available to use, not all of them are created equal. I’ve worked with Internet Explorer for a couple of years and always wanted a better experience. There were way too many vulnerabilities and kinks to deal with. Of course, I naturally…

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Adobe Photshop Express- Free online beta version

As a digital photographer, I am always looking for a great photo editing tool. Despite the wonderful praises given to Adobe Photoshop, I just could not drag myself to pay that outrageous price. Thankfully, Adobe got a little smarter and noticed that I wasn’t the only one hesitant about purchasing their software. They have finally…

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TypoTrawler : Find Bargains on eBay

You’re probably already aware of services such as Fat Fingers which find misspelled items on eBay. Misspelled items tend to have fewer people viewing them because if the listing is ‘New Latop’ and someone searches for ‘laptop’, the item wont be shown, thus less bids are made. Hence, by finding these items, you can grab…

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Adobe’s Online image editor

Adobe announced that it will be creating an online version of Photohop within the next 6 months. Adobe laid the foundation for a hosted Photoshop product with Adobe Remix, a Web-based video-editing tool it offers through the PhotoBucket media-sharing site. Like Adobe Remix, the hosted Photoshop service is set to be free and marketed as…

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