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Affichage des articles du mars, 2007

Yubnub

YubNub is a command-line for the web.

The usefulness of a simple command line to query multiple web services via a set syntax. Yubnub, does just that. Enter “Weather 90210″ into Yubnub and get the weather from Weather.com. Or query thousands of other services with that single command line.

NB: A subtle upcoming change to Twitter’s API will allow this kind of functionality, too...

Yahoo Answer

Yahoo! Answers : Yahoo! Answers allows you to:
Ask a question
Answer a question
Vote on a question
Post comments on other users' responses
To ask questions, answer questions, vote on questions, post comments, or view votes, you must be logged in with your Yahoo! User ID. You are not required to be logged in to view questions, answers, and related comments.






radioblogclub

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Widgetbox

Widgetbox is a directory and syndication platform for web widgets for blogs and other web pages. Our widgets work with TypePad, WordPress, Blogger, MySpace as well as most other blogs, sidebars or websites. No plug-ins are needed, and they're free!


Twitter

follow patrickn at http://twitter.com/patrickn


http://twitter.com/home Twitter is a communications gateway that asks the question: “What are you doing now?” Users can answer and hear their friends’ answers via SMS, via IM, or on a webpage. Updates have to be under 140 characters. Think somewhere between IRC and IM and that’s Twitter.



LinkedInABox™

LinkedInABox™ is a simple widget that can be embedded on any web page and provides a summary of your personal profile, as presented in your LinkedIn account.









LinkedIn Profile

the Internet Archive

The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library, with the purpose of offering permanent access for researchers, historians, and scholars to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996 and located in the Presidio of San Francisco, the Archive has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well-rounded collections. Now the Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages in our collections.










Pbwiki

http://pbwiki.com/
PBwiki is the world's largest consumer wiki farm.Wikis are simple Web pages that let you collaborate with others.
PBwiki was launched in June 2005. Within 48 hours, they had over 1000 wikis created. Today they have over 100,000 wikis and close to a million pages of user-created content. From university professors to gamers, fashionistas to entrepreneurs, PBwiki users are creating the future of sharing information and creating communities. PBwiki is a part of Coceve, a privately held company in the Bay area, and is run by 3 Stanford graduates.

Allpeers

Great tool for sharing ... everything actually ;-) , this tool will free the world, if you share usefull info you can modify people minds and nowadays it start also with video that were never televised ...

"Allpeers takes Peer to peer to a unique level, allowing sharing files with whom you know and trust."

Joost

Joost™ is a new way to watch TV, free of the schedules and restrictions that come with traditional television. Combining the best of TV with the best of the internet, Joost™ gives you more control and freedom than ever before - control over what you watch, and freedom to watch it whenever you like. We're providing a platform for the best television content on the planet - a platform that will bring you the biggest and best shows from the TV studios, as well as the specialist programs created by professionals and enthusiasts. It's all overlaid with a raft of nifty features that help you find the shows you love, watch and chat with friends, and even create your own TV channels.

Goodbye, television. Hello, JoostNiklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis have been talking about the idea behind Joost™ for a long time - even before their last venture, Skype, was born. But to make it work, they needed the right combination of factors - widespread broadband and powerful computers in particular. …