SmashBuys.com – Bestselling Products from the Web

  • July 8, 2008

SmashBuys.comSmashBuys is like a PopUrls for the most popular items available online. Nine different catagories are followed.

These include the top songs and albums on iTunes, the top DVDs, books, and electronics on Amazon, the top video games on VGChartz.com, the top digital cameras on Newegg, the top movies at the box office from Movietickets.com, and the top downloads from Download.com. Besides being able to see these top ten lists, you can opt to see more from the lists just by clicking a button, and the remaining ranked items from that site are displayed. If you click on a link, you are taken directly to that item’s page so that you can purchase it or get more information on the product. Links are monitored so that the most clicked items get a higher SmashBuys rating, and you can easily see these popular products with a filter on the site. There’s also an extra pop-up of information on each product courtesy of sites like Freebase.com to give you a little more of an idea about what’s listed. So if you want to keep track of what the most popular products are throughout the web, check out SmashBuys.

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All the links to the latest on what is happening to mother India now.

  • January 18, 2008

47Feeds.com is a SPA or a Single Page Aggregator or your own Personal News DashBoard which displays the latest news specific to India.

47Feeds pulls the latest RSS feeds from all the major news sites in India. The main purpose of the site is to provide a quick glance on what’s happening without using your desktop/web RSS reader. It’s great because it gives you a quick glimpse at what’s happening in India and beats having to subscribe to all of these sites.

47Feeds displays the latest headlines from the major news sites in India on a variety of categories (currently 15 categories from 100’s of different sources). The first few lines of each news are displayed when you hover over a headline. New news since the last time you viewed the page are highlighted in light color for easy viewing. Our features include the ability to resize fonts in the display, change the order of the feeds shown, change the background colors etc on the fly.

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PicUrls.com – The Latest From the Maker of RedditMedia

  • October 15, 2007

PicUrls.comFrom the maker of DigPicz and RedditMedia comes PicUrls, a new Digg-like site which aggregates posts to pictures from many sources. It differs from DigPicz in that not only does it pull content directly from image-hosting sites like Flickr, it also scours stories which link to pictures externally, determining the picture’s source and retrieving the relevant image.

PicUrls aggregates content from nine user-generated sites; Flickr, Digg, Reddit, and del.icio.us, to name a few. Links are displayed with a thumbnail of the photo placed to the left of the link title, so you now exactly what you’re going to be seeing before you visit the page. Like other user-generated content sites with a web 2.0 twist, you can comment on photos and join image discussion forums. PicUrls doesn’t yet offer many image search options, but you can view all of the images pulled from each of the nine content sites.

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