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Bounce is a dead-simple way to share notes on websites

The folks at ZURB have just released Bounce, a nice little tool which lets you take notes on websites and then share the URL with friends or colleagues. Bounce is basically a dressed down version of Notable, ZURB's full featured website feedback tool for teams. The user interface for Bounce is...

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Notable is a polished website feedback tool for teams

If you're part of the development team for a website project, it's important to keep tabs with all parties involved. It's necessary to get everyone's input, track progress to date, and synthesize the feedback so that the project can progress to completion. Some projects are straightforward and...

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Google now integrating its own Google Health service into your search results

Thanks to a tip from Stuart we learned Google Health is now being integrated into health search results. For instance, if you Google search "hay fever," the top search result is Google Health. The health content is provided by A.D.A.M., an online provider of health content that is physician...

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LinkedIn recommendations based on fact or fiction?

Our esteemed editor emeritus, Grant Robertson, tipped us to a not so well-known security breach at LinkedIn that allows you to re-engineer your work history to reflect, well whatever you want it to. The way it works is: after you get a recommendation, you can go into your profile and edit the...

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Stardust@Home is a Time Waster with real astronomical significance

Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to search for interstellar dust particles. They're the tiny particles that measure only a few microns (one millionth of a meter) in diameter and hail from distant stars that are now floating in space. They are the only matter from other stars that...

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Payvment adds special fan pricing to Facebook storefronts

Payvment, the e-commerce app that allows you to add a PayPal shopping cart to your website and launch a Facebook storefront, announced a new feature for its Facebook app. Retailers can now offer special discount pricing and incentives to fans of their Facebook Pages. Payvment calls this feature,...

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137 years of Popular Science Magazine now online

A special shout out to our tipster @RussHogg who told us the entire 137 year archive of Popular Science Magazine is now available for online free browsing. You can view the entire collection's issues as they appeared at time of publication. It's definitely fun to go back in time and view cutting...

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FillAnyPdf makes it easy to share forms and collect data online

FillAnyPDF is a free online, SSL encrypted PDF form editor that allows you to upload your PDF form so that others can fill it out and even sign it online. While it's marketed as a replacement option to the fax, the appeal and practical uses are probably broader than that. Small business, non...

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Happy 20th birthday, Photoshop!

It's hard to picture life before Photoshop, but yes, some 20 years ago, Photoshop did not exist and photo manipulation was a matter of darkroom editing techniques and using complex sequences such as burn, dodge, fade, mask, which when used in Photoshop is a snap. Tomorrow is the 20th Anniversary of...

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The key to going viral

What's the magic sauce that makes something go viral on the internet? Why do some things end up being more viral than others? Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania tackled this question by data-diving into The New York Times list of most emailed articles over a period of six months, August...

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