Tagged: webapps


Pinboard

There’s a great service that I’ve been using for a few months, it’s at once one I use all the time and one I never use. Pinboard looks and works (on the surface) like delicious but it’s got some innovative features that I really like. I bookmark a lot of stuff on delicious and have […]

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Second Wave

With the ecombust some of the people who created interesting projects and companies after the dotcombust have gotten out of their corporate deals and starting new ventures. They also seem to like small teams and are not only restarting with the same people. And using similar names. Four of the Flickr founders, including Stewart Butterfield […]

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12SecondsTV

A new video site, 12 Seconds TV is almost exactly the defunct Stars of the Web from a couple of years back… with a better interface.

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Multilingual Apps

The team at Code Kitchen are working on Cake Mail (which they’ll launch at BarCamp Canada I believe, or demo at least), a completely white label mailing list platform. Duncan has an interesting post about how they hope to leverage the product’s multilingual capabilities. This is something I’ve mentioned again and again in conversations at […]

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Low Intensity Web Apps

What do I mean by that? I mean applications that are carefully and consciously designed to consume as little of their users’ time/attention as possible — perhaps a complete contradiction of the present-day reality.—Low Intensity Web Apps

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Startup Search

Startup Search tracks Web startups, their products, key employees, investment firms, and investment partners. Startup Search also tracks the success of each product since it was first introduced to the world, using publicly available metrics pulled into a single page. It’s a research tool, a discovery engine, and a fact-filled directory of our little Web […]

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Starting Up

Things are moving in Montréal and so people start thinking about howtos and what it means to be a startup. Ben has ten super positives items to list while Evan, who’s been part of a few in the cauldron that is SF, offers up a completely different angle, mentioning “charismatic sociopath” founders. John at Montréal […]

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No Execution

There are various articles, blog posts, sayings, etc. which are variations of something like “execution is 90%, ideas 10%” or to me, ideas are worth nothing unless executed. They are just a multiplier. Execution is worth millions.. Well here’s a new site, TeamSnap and it lets you: -Manage game and event schedules. -Communicate with your […]

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