I wonder if we missed the boat fighting it out over our similar ideas
social question answering, where you trade answering questions for answers to questions
good idear... then store that time-stamped content and make it searchable by anyone ... hate that term "crowdsourcing," must be a more elegant way to say this
A strange, but fascinating service. Kind of reminds me of the "Usenet Oracle":Wikipedia:The_Internet_Oracle, but over "IM":IM and without all the insane stories.TiltShift Generator - Art&Mobile
TiltShift Generator - Art&Mobile
TiltShift Generator is a web service that adds cool camera effect to your picture on the fly. This app is originally made to improve my cheap iPhone Camera's potential.Google Wave: What Might Email Look Like If It Were Invented Today? - O'Reilly Radar
What if you used this for reports and you could comment on them in the wave?
Google's Wave may be the future of email, but looks like it will stump Grandpa and Grandma, who are barely grasping webmail. I wonder how well it can be miniaturized to fit on smartphones.messagepub : Home
MessagePub: A multichannel messaging API
• A web service to allow communication from your application to your users • A single API to communicate via email, IM, twitter, SMS, and phone. • A service that lets you ask questions and process replies10 Things You Didn’t Know About Emoticons :) - Neatorama
10 ting du ikke visste om emoticons: http://bit.ly/XXCGx [from http://twitter.com/MacGeeky/statuses/2279549190]
RT @florinpuscas: RT: @problogger: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Emoticons :) http://bit.ly/d6g7r [from http://twitter.com/Bleau/statuses/1846808254]
History of emoticons
Surely you've used emoticons before, or at least encountered them while surfing the Intertubes, but did you know that they've been around since the 1800s? Or that a computer scientist came up with the smiley emoticon? Here are 10 Things You Didn't Know About Emoticons:Olark - easy live chat for engaging visitors and converting sales
Increase online sales and improve customer service by chatting with visitors to your website using a standard chat client.
Live chat with users on your website. A great way to engage. Considering how it might make visitors feel though?Mozilla Labs » Raindrop
Raindrop is a new exploration by the team responsible for Thunderbird to explore new ways to use open Web technologies to create useful, compelling messaging experiences. Raindrop's mission: make it enjoyable to participate in conversations from people you care about, whether the conversations are in email, on twitter, a friend's blog or as part of a social networking site. Raindrop uses a mini web server to fetch your conversations from different sources (mail, twitter, RSS feeds), intelligently pulls out the important parts, and allows you to interact with them using your favorite modern web browser (Firefox, Safari or Chrome).
Looks promising as a client to manage email+Twitter+Facebook+Web2.0 messages and notifications.im.kayac.com
im.kayac.com は通知用のいくつかのAPIを提供するウェブサービスです。 HTTP POSTもしくはEメールを使用して、簡単にあなたの Jabber アカウントや、iPhoneに通知を送信することが可能です。 現在サポートしているAPIソースは： * HTTP POST * Email
im.kayac.com は通知用のいくつかのAPIを提供するウェブサービスです。マジすげぇ!! iPhone に何でも通知 - YoshioriのBlog
http://im.kayac.com/ これを使って iPhone アプリ im.kayac.com: Receive your notification at iPhone に通知出来まする5 Great Instant Messenger Aggregators Across Multiple Platforms
5 Great Instant Messenger Aggregators Across Multiple Platforms - http://mashable.com/2009/02/28/instant-messenger-aggregators/
Since the proliferation of the Internet, instant messaging (IMing from here on in) has become a very popular means of communicating on the Web. Even with the rapid growth of Twitter, many people still communicate using IM. Now, there is no shortage of IM protocols out there; these include ICQ, AIM, GTalkGtalkGtalk, Yahoo, and FacebookFacebookFacebook, to name a few. IM aggregators aim to solve the mess of having all these programs open at once. Here is where it gets complicated. Depending on whether you’re on the web, Windows, Mac, or a mobile device, there are a number of aggregators from which to choose. To help you figure things out, here are five great instant messenger aggregators for multiple platforms.
Just what the title says. Mashable does it again.How to add Twitter and Facebook IM support to Pidgin for Windows - Download Squad
Pidgin is a great multi-protocol IM client. Out of the box it provides support for 15 different protocols, including most of the important ones: MSN, Yahoo, Gtalk, ICQ, and XMPP to name a few. Two glaring omissions include Facebook IM and Twitter - both of which are built-in to Digsby by default.Official Gmail Blog: Really new in Labs this time: SMS Text Messaging for chat
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