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So we are all familiar with YouTube and Metacafe, both serve as video streaming platforms for users to upload and share video clips. But what about Hulu?? As I was reading through an article: You Like Hulu: Video Site Shows Strong Growth, I was having jaw-dropped moments when it announces that Hulu has been showing […]

Bloggers and webmasters (now that’s a term that I haven’t heard in a while) have long used Google Analytics to provide information on their website such as who’s visiting, where do they come from, how long did they spend on the site, and other miscellaneous info that is important to allow you to tweak your […]

The founders of Pirate Bay, one of the largest public bit torrent piracy website, is now in court fighting a legal battle over whether they have committed any wrongdoing by directing users to illegal content, even though none of the content actually reside on Pirate Bay’s servers. The RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) has […]

Most popular searches in Google

18Dec2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet, Search Engine

It’s the time of the year again! No, I am not talking about Christmas and year end sales, but I am talking about the top searches in Google which has been compiled and released by this most widely used search engine. Earlier this year, I certainly didn’t believe that “anwar ibrahim” would top the most […]

Google’s homepage evolution

14Dec2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet

This might be the most boring video if you do not appreciate the work and time the creator puts in to create this… or if you simply pro Microsoft. 🙂 Anyway, this YouTube video shows the evolution of Google’s homepage, from as early as 1997 to the present 2007! Looks like the homepage hasn’t changed […]

Maybank2u new interface is back

2Dec2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet

Yes, you heard me right. The Maybank2u new interface is back today, on the 1st day of December, good timing I suppose. If you could still remember, Maybank2u reverted back to the old classic version close to two months ago due to some unconfirmed reasons. Some say it was because of difficulty for users to […]

US President-elect, Barack Obama has launched the website Change.gov, where one can find news about the transition and inauguration and information about his agenda. Obama is to be sworn in as president on 20 January, 2009. The website’s homepage features a quote from Obama: “Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that […]

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Wikipedia DVD released

4Nov2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet

The charitable SOS Children’s Villages have been releasing yearly downloads of a Wikipedia-based DVD full of content from the popular online encyclopaedia and this year is no different. The 08/09 edition sees some 5500 hand-picked educational articles that are aimed at helping developing countries have access to Wikipedia without being connected to the Internet. The […]

BlogRush shutting down

31Oct2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet

Well, the once very popular widget banner exchange service BlogRush is shutting down. The company has this shocking announcement on their website and is asking bloggers to remove the widget code asap. BlogRush didn’t grow without its fair share of problems — from security issues to abusive users trying to ‘game’ the system to much […]

Hot ads from Google

28Oct2008 Filed under: Best of the Internet

I am not sure how many of you have seen this ad served by Google Adsense, but it looks a little spicy to me. I have to resist the temptation to click on it as it appeared (and is still appearing on some of the latest posts, if you are lucky) on my own blog. […]

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