Category: Web 2.0

Category: Web 2.0

Buying a New Home with Redfin = Awesome

I’ve been lurking on Redfin for quite some time now. What is Redfin? It’s an online real estate company with an easy-to-use website that lets you search/filter/find real estate for sale. It also provides some cool analytics for looking at market trends. It’s nice and web2.0-like, what with custom RSS feeds and other pretty robust

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Category: Web 2.0

Twitter is the New Digg, Only This Time with Celebrities

So after reading TechCrunch’s latest [lack of] news about Twitter, it hit me: Twitter is the new Digg. Remember Digg? Of course you do. It was such a simple concept. A “power to the people” take on news with user-submitted stories that anyone can share/discover/submit with the most popular stuff getting promoted to the frontpage.

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Category: Web 2.0

New Uses for Twitter: Tweeting History vs. MTV Show

Back when I originally reviewed Twitter (over a year ago), I asked the question: Is it a waste of time or extremely valuable? At the time, I had no idea it would take off like it has today. But now that it has, it seems to moving more toward “extremely valuable” and further away from

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Category: Web 2.0

Category: Web 2.0

Category: Web 2.0

Category: Web 2.0

Hotels Still Charging for Internet But Now There’s No Need to Pay

About a year ago, I was on vacation and annoyed at how much hotels charge for Internet. So I blogged about it. I’m on vacation yet again but this time am blogging about how I’m not annoyed. The difference? I’m blogging from my G1 phone (just installed a sweet WordPress blogging app). In fact, I’ve

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