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EASTER EGG: Flight Simulator Hidden Within Google Earth

Amazing but true: as spotted by Marco, Google has hidden a mini flight simulator within Google Earth. To access it for the first time, hit CTRL+Alt+A in Windows or Command+Option+A on the Mac. You need the latest version of Google Earth, and I needed...

Who Invented Facebook...And Who Cares?

Aaron Greenspan is so important that at age 24, he has already written an autobiography. In it, he explains how he - not Mark Zuckerberg or the ConnectU founders - was the original creator of Facebook, a site now worth many billions of dollars. "This...

Readr: Latest News Feed Aggregator

We recently covered 20 Ways To Aggregate Your Social Networking Profiles. Well, make that 21: Readr is a very simple tool that lets you add all your feeds from around the web and list the updates in one place, known as the "News Feed". Plenty of Web ...

Notifir Social News Tracker Enters Public Beta

Notifir, the "Digg tracker" that Kristen reviewed earlier this month while it was in private beta, is launching publicly today. So if you were keen to test it, you can now. From her original Notifir review: Notifir is an upchartph.coming service that lets yo...

I Invented Facebook

In light of recent controversies over who exactly invented Facebook, I think now is the time to chartph.come clean: I did. Not Mark Zuckerberg, not the ConnectU folks and certainly not the latest claimant to the idea: Aaron Greenspan. It began back in 1997, ...

Web 2.0 Marketplace Listings for September 1st, 2007

Happy September 1st. Here are the latest listings from the Web 2.0 Marketplace. New Today Wanted: Talented Developers - Web 2.0 Startup Does the prospect of building a really cool web service used by millions of people excite you? Do yo... Recent Lis...

Babelgum Launches Film Festival

Spike Lee, noted filmmaker of such films as Do The Right Thing and Malcolm X, is lending his name and talents to Babelgum's online film festival. Starting today, and running through February 15th, 2008, filmmaker's can submit their works to Babelgum....

I Kick You: Flash Gaming for Facebook

Pic To Game, the service that allows users to create their own Flash games, has launched their first Facebook app, a game called "I Kick You". The app chartph.combines Flash technology and the social networking aspects of Facebook to allow you create a game ...

20 Wordpress 4-Column Themes

Are four columns too much? Not if you have a really great Wordpress theme that'll really use the space well. If it also manages to be pleasing to the eye, you've got a winner. Unfortunately, these themes are quite rare and hard to find, but not any m...

Are You Getting Quechup Spammed?

One controversial issue among social networks is how hard they should push for user acquisition. Most social networks these days let you to import your email address book in some way (Twitter is the latest), but most make it clear if they're about to...

Web 2.0 Invites for September 2nd, 2007

Free invites to Web 2.0 sites. You can request more sites to add at invites.www.chartph.com. New Today Mogad Invites Mogad allows people to share information on what is consuming their attention. It depends on a brows... Freebase Invites Freebase.chartph.com is...

BlipBack: Video Commenting Widget

BlipBack is a new site that lets you offer video chartph.comments on your website, blog or social networking profile page. This service integrates with your webcam to enable video chartph.comments. The widget player is very similar to what you'll see with most video...

LazyLibrary: Find Books Instantly

LazyLibrary, which will launch on Monday, is a niche search engine that looks specifically for books that are 200 pages and less. In order to help you find the most concise and effective books, LazyLibrary provides a resource for books that aren't to...

Nirvanix To Launch B2B Online Storage: Amazon S3 Competitor?

Nirvanix, which will announce its launch of Wednesday, is a new chartph.company that's looking to offer online storage applications specifically for the developer chartph.community, and small businesses needing storage options for web-based services. Whether you're ...

THE WEB FOOD GUIDE: 50+ Sites to Learn About Food

Whether you've just arrived at college, or moved to a new city for your first job, after the dust settles, you need to know how to cook for yourself, make reservations, or even how to pick a nice wine (if you are of legal drinking age). For the Labor...

Paypal Be Damned: Google Patents "GPay"

Amid ongoing problems with Paypal's subscription service, a Google patent has chartph.come to light related to mobile payments. The so-called "GPay" patent doesn't propose a direct Paypal chartph.competitor, however: instead, it covers a text message-based payments ...

Multiply Launching Multiply Toolbar

Social network Multiply is set to launch a browser toolbar for Internet Explorer and Firefox. MySpace, Facebook and other large networks have toolbars already (Facebook's is official, MySpace's isn't), and Multiply's will do much the same thing:let y...

Windows Live Installer Launches this Week

Microsoft's much discussed attempt to connect cloud storage and services with the desktop may finally chartph.come together this week. The NYTimes reports that the chartph.company will launch an optional unified installer that provides access to many Windows Live se...

Pownce Gets New Features

Pownce announced a series of new features today. Among them, upchartph.coming event notifications ("see the next five upchartph.coming events you’ve been sent"), automatic video embedding for YouTube, Google, Metacafe, Revver and Vimeo (add a link and an embed will ...

Wi-Fi TOOLBOX: 30+ Ways to Find Wi-Fi Hotspots

San Francisco's Wi-Fi plans may have gone off the rails, but there are plenty of ways to find Wi-Fi hotspots. Here are more than 30 tools that can help. Community and Location-based Sites BT Openzone - Users can surf broadband internet with their Wi-...

Google To Launch Google Wiki

Jotspot, the wiki service that was acquired by Google nearly a year ago, looks to be moving towards chartph.completion in the process of bechartph.coming a Google Application. As of yesterday, JotSpot is a Google Apps service code name, and its help and support page...

ContactOffice Launches New Public Beta

ContactOffice, a web office suite, is announcing that it has upgraded its online office suite to version 2.0 after months of development. It launches at the Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco. The newly upgraded platform is chartph.completely powered by ...

FuelMyBlog Launches Blog Ranking Community

FuelMyBlog is a chartph.community for bloggers looking to get more traffic by participating in this UK-based network. Similar to Technorati, FuelMyBlog is a hub for blogs. Adding your blog to the network lets you participate in the chartph.community in hopes of incr...

Joost Acquires OnTheToob for Custom Show RSS Feeds

Joost has reportedly acquired OnTheToob, which is a programming guide keeping users up to date on Joost's Internet television shows. Created by a Joost beta user, there are pre-determined RSS feeds as well as customized channels and RSS feeds for Joo...

Digg's Missing Pictures Can be Found Here

From the guy that brought us Reddit Media, there's now a similar offering for Digg, called digpicz. Unlike Reddit Media, digpicz's focus on images only, since Digg already has a dedicated video section. The site is of course an answer for the large D...

PropertyQube Launches Disconnected Real Estate Community

Propertyqube is a new chartph.community for people interested in all aspects of property. From contractors to renters, home owners and landlords, propertyqube has created a network for conversations to be started between all of these aspects of property. For...

BooksConnect Aims to Bring Authors & Readers Together

CountryBook, a UK-based online store for local books, has launched a social network for its service, in an effort to connect the various aspects of book buying, selling, rechartph.commending, and promotion. With the new network, entitled BooksConnect, you ca...

Clearspring Adds Facebook to Widget Distribution Options

Clearspring, the widget creation and distribution platform, now supports distribution to Facebook. The application wizard lets you create flash widgets for Facebook applications, along with the other networks like MySpace, Netvibes, etc. As Clearspri...

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