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The Future Of Web 2.0 Websites (Possibly Web 3.0)
Jan29

The Future Of Web 2.0 Websites
(Possibly Web 3.0)

Web 2.0 is the terminology assigned to define websites that have been refurbished from an earlier version of the internet. It essentially refers to the changeover from the fixed content HTML internet pages to more active internet pages that are more structured and provides web based applications to the end…

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Hearsay.it – Share What You Read With Everybody

What if all the posts and articles that you read when you’re online were shared with all of your online contacts? The answer to that question would be completely different if you ask an individual, and if you ask a company. Most individuals would tell you they wouldn’t feel comfortable with that. Even the most conservative of people strays a little when they’re online, if you know what I mean. There are faces that...

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TumblRSSApp.com – Import RSS Feeds Into Tumblr

Available for free, TumblRSS is a new tool that is primarily aimed at bloggers. To put it in crystal-clear words, it enables anybody to take a RSS feed and have it imported into Tumblr. Such a service is going to be resonate with those who keep both a “regular” blog and a Tumblr, as they’ll be able to have what they post on one imported directly into the other. So, those who have a Tumblr and who use it secondarily...

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Mmmmail.com – Turn Email Into RSS

Tired of opening your email inbox only to find it brimming with spam time and again? Well, you’re not alone in that. Just look at all the web tools and services that are available for fighting spam. And the steady rate at which these keep on increasing simply highlights that people are never satisfied, probably because spammers get cleverer by the day and keep on discovering how to fool all the services released to put an end to...

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TweepFeed.com – Turn Twitter Links Into RSS Feeds

Link sharing on Twitter can get a little out of hand at times. The massive number of URLs being shared there means it is too easy to lose track of one or two links every now and then. Which is frustrating when it was links that had any kind of personal relevance, and even more frustrating when the links in question had some kind of career value. But an application like TweepFeed should put a definitive end to that. In a nutshell,...

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