Dixon Delicious: Your Copy Machine – A Security Threat? - The thought never crossed my mind until my colleague Jack... http://ow.ly/17p6HA
UPDATE!!! Only 2 Days Left, Don't Let Them Die! Adoption File: Dogs In Martinez, CA http://ow.ly/1DCJW
RT @a4agarwal Posterous on Reuters.com. How we're solving the simple problem of sharing photos from my iPhone to my dad http://post.ly/dQy8
Whoa, the new Bit.ly looks great! RT @ScepticGeek: bit.ly's sidebar now lets you share to Email/Facebook too http://bit.ly/cMuysL
Here are the stories you read, shared, tweeted, and pinned this week. Design reigned supreme this week with a look at the new Microsoft Office, a revamped Visual.ly (which allows you to make and share infographics), and a new website toolkit that finally gets it right. But no one drew...
New pub - Investing in Sustainable Energy Futures: Multilateral Development Banks' Investments in Energy Policy http://ow.ly/179bJ8
We knew it was coming, but with the release of its new iOS apps earlier today, Twitter has confirmed that it has dropped the option allowing users to select a third-party image upload service, forcing them to use its own service powered by Photobucket. When entering the options screen in...
Singly Launches "App Fabric" Platform For Developers To Speed Up Integrations With Dozens Of Services
Singly, a startup aimed at simplifying the integration of third-party services in both web and mobile applications, is today launching its platform into open beta. Until now, the company has been in private beta testing with around 3,000 developers who are using Singly in some 250 applications, including TimeHop and...
People are always complaining about the difficulty of getting found in the Apple App Store, so a new startup called Alau.me (pronounced “allow me”) is trying to tackle the problem through a Bit.ly-like link service with referral tracking. Co-founder Brian Sabino says the team has built iOS apps itself, and it...
Starting today, wannabe programmers on Codecademy will get to do more than just fiddle around with code in a vacuum, they’ll be able to plug into the APIs of several popular websites and services to build apps around YouTube videos, NPR newscasts, congressional records and more. With ten partners, including...
TNW first covered Page.ly when it was but a screaming babe, now three years past. Today, the company has matured into a very strong player in the blog hosting space. According to its founder, Joshua Strebel, it all but invented the upper end, managed WordPress hosting market category. Now, companies...
RT @digital_cultura: "Não contem com o fim do livro de papel, o ebook sim é que vai desaparecer", diz Jean-Claude Carrière - http://ht.ly/1Lx9Q
Infogr.am wants to create a sort of Adobe Illustrator in the Cloud, allowing anyone to create cool info-graphics on the fly. Back in February European accelerator HackFwd invested in the startup from Riga, Latvia, and now it’s fully launched its service. It’s competing in the space with Piktochart and Easel.ly....
The lowly photo slideshow is not dead yet, or at least that’s the hope of the team at Tel Aviv-based EasyHi, which is debuting its new product Slide.ly today, backed by $1 million in seed funding. The company aims to pick up where Slide.com (acquired by Google in 2010) left...
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?