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  • Publishers, Kick-Start Your iPad Presence with Adrenalin

    Looking to enter the iPad apps market? Good thinkin'. With over 3.3 million devices sold in the last three months, it's hard to refute the ostensible future of reading. To help your transition into the digital world, Mediaspectrum today released Adrenalin, a tool publishers can use to build branded news reader

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  • Ask.com Kills Bloglines, is RSS Dead?

    First Google Wave, then Vox, and now Bloglines. Ask.com recently announced that they were putting the RSS reader to rest, and we can't help but wonder if this is the official beginning of the end of the format.  Saying Farewell   Ask.

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  • New SharePoint Web Part Aggregates Twitter, RSS

    A new web part from Virto Software (news, site) has just been released that will enable users to aggregate posts from Twitter and RSS feeds and place them on SharePoint pages all in a single view with a display that can be easily customized.

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  • Recommind Upgrades MindServer, Enables SharePoint 2010 Search

    Going back to January this year, research by CMS Watch showed that despite improvements in SharePoint search, Microsoft–focused organizations were still looking for specialist search solutions. Reccommind (newssite ) seems to understand this and with its upgraded enterprise search solution Mindserver 7.

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  • Google Dresses Up RSS Feeds in Google Reader Play

    In what looks like an attempt to make RSS more fun, Google has released a little tool called Google Reader Play. The Google Reader alternative allows users to browse headlines one at a time in an image-heavy environment, rather than wade through streams of text.

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  • Attn: Now PuSHing WordPress Blogs into Real-Time Web

    Some say Twitter has replaced the need for RSS feeds, but we think they’ve still got some life left in them. Seemingly on the same page, WordPress.com (news, site ) now supports PubSubHubbub (PuSH), a service that "pushes" updates from the 10.5 million WordPress.

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  • Call for Feedback on Drupal 7 Semantic Web Impementation

    When Dries Buytaert founded Drupal (news, site), he intended it in part to be a platform where he could test out and play with new technologies. Drupal, for example, was an early adopter of RSS. With the pending release of Drupal 7, this goal isn't changing,

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  • Tikiwiki 3.2 Release Bundles 200 Enhancements

    CMS/Groupware team TikiWiki (news, site) packs in the upgrades and improvements in the latest release of its wiki open-source super-tool. Get Your Information Out There However you want to collate or harness the power of social media, Tikiwiki (Tightly Integrated Knowledge Infrastructure Wiki) offers a way

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  • eTouch Updates Enterprise Wiki, Adds Custom Dashboards

    The new version of SamePage (news, site) adds a host of features designed for both the remote employee and those who live on their company intranet. Stick to the Script SamePage 4.2 from eTouch is a major update to the popular enterprise wiki product.

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  • Are You Ready for the Pushbutton Web?

    There's always hype around the web and related technologies. If it's not Web 2.0 then it's Web 3.0, the Semantic Web or any number of new protocols, trends and standards that have someone convinced that a massive paradigm change is just around the corner.

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  • Kapow Web Data Server 7 Smooths Enterprise Data Flows

    The announcement that Kapow Technologies (news, site) has just put the latest version of its Web Data Server -- better known as its  Mashup Server -- on general release should be of interest to anyone who is looking at their Web 2.0 apps for cost savings.

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  • Audio Books Go Open Source with Podiobooks

    The next iteration of the Podiobooks.com codebase will be an open source project, released under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 license. Podiobooks.com, a site delivering free audiobooks to members boasts a membership in excess of 50,000 and an audiobook database of nearly 300 titles.

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  • RSS Comes To Chrome At Last

    Google Chrome is a good browser. A speedy, delightful little browser. Sure, the themes and fancy applications that Mozilla offers aren’t there, but the crash rate is much lower, the dynamic tabs are sweet and you’re warned when you may be visiting a harmful website. In fact, perhaps it’s the

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  • Shoutlet Makes Social Media Easy

    Social media is one of the fastest growing marketing areas on the Internet today. It allows marketers and business owners to advertise and market in ways that were unheard of 5-10 years ago. Every major corporation (and many small businesses and start-ups) out there is currently using social media.

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