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Adobe to webcast special CS3 launch event

In just over one week, on March 27th at 3:30 p.m. EST, Adobe will be hosting their special Creative Suite 3 launch event in New York City, and the entire event will be webcast from their website for all the world to see. Alls you got to do is tune into their website at the prescribed time, and then...

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Coming soon: month full o' MySpace bugs

Ever want to see MySpace crash and burn? Or, are you at least a little tired of the horrific design/coding/everything nightmare that is MySpace? A couple of hackers plan to introduce security vulnerabilities in MySpace next month, revealing one a day as part of the "Month of Bugs" tradition. However...

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Democracy Player becomes 'Miro'

What's in a name? Lots of things, including the difference between confusing and creating potential users of your application, apparently. That's why the Participatory Culture Foundation is renaming Democracy Player, its internet television surfing program, despite sticking with the original for ov...

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Flickr talks future growth

Flickr has seen incredible progress since its inception only three short years ago, and IDG News Service sat down with co-founder and general manager Stewart Butterfield to talk about the website's growth and history, and future plans. The photo sharing service has never strayed too far from its or...

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WikiCharts: Top 100 pages on Wikipedia

WikiCharts is a simple tool that lists the top 100 most-viewed pages on Wikipedia, with other relevant traffic stats. It's been around since last year, but it's a fun (and expectedly humorous) way to waste time and see what kind of scholarly research is being conducted through the website, and how i...

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Two flavors of Photoshop CS3

When the complete Adobe Creative Suite 3 package is revealed on March 27, Adobe will announce not one, but two distinct flavors of Photoshop, including a standard Photoshop CS3 and the new Photoshop CS3 Extended. Photoshop CS3 Extended includes the same tools as Photoshop CS3, but also contains a b...

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No more waiting for Netflix video streaming

Back in January, Netflix announced their new "Watch Now" video streaming feature, which allows customers to stream anywhere between six to 48 hours of full-length movie content per month. As of now, only a limited number of customers have been given access to the service, due to handling capacity...

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List 'the stuff you love' at Listal

Listal is a social website for listing "the stuff you love", or categorizing your DVDs, CDs, books, video games, and listing the movies you've seen and TV shows you watch. In the traditional social networking fashion, you can tag, rate, and review items, see everyone else who has the same stuff, and...

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Video editing for beginners: Movavi

While Mac users have iMovie, Windows folks have a less straightforward choice when it comes to novice video editing software. That's the gap Movavi hopes to fill, with its promise of an all-in-one video post-production suite for capturing, converting, editing, and distributing video over the web or ...

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Google Earth adds KML overlay search

Google has recently introduced the option to search through all the world's collection of Keyhole Markup Language (KML) files within Google Earth, which makes all the gazillions of layers immediately accessible for your geobrowsing pleasure. In order to use this new search function, all you need to ...

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