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Joost invites

If you know someone using Joost, then you have a way of getting an invite. Now its open for everyone that knows someone that has a Joost account. OK, I see I have to update: I will give you a Joost invite, but its not free for all anymore. The Joost invitation system is a […]

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Joost in public beta

Joost invites are VERY popular these days. If you don’t know what Joost is – let me tell you. Its the new “product” of the creators of Skype and Kazaa. Its a streaming peer-to-peer TV-network. You should check out Joost!Hopefully I will be able to give away some invites soon too, so stay tuned! The […]

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Gmail invites swept away

Either the figure of 1.5 million invites was exaggerated or isnoop has parted with almost 1.4 million invites in 24 hours! Because now the available Gmail spool is down to about 160.000. isnoop.net gmail invite spooler [Update 7th of june 2005] – Googles Gmail product manager did not like the Gmail invite spooler and pressed […]

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Google Mail cranking up the invites

Google Mail changed their interface for invitations some time ago, and now its apparent why: Most, if not every, Google Mail user now has 50 invites to give away! The question now is if this is a prelude to opening Google Mail up for anyone to register. It might be that Google will continue only […]

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Korean Flash Blog

RedFlash weblog is a Korean blog I can’t read at all – but I figured out that he or she must have read my weblog (on the count of the links to my blog, of course) and is obviously interested in Flash (judging from the links). Well, this might be totally useless info. But I […]

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Amazon Web Services and Amazon Light

Amazon has been fiddling with XML and its API for a while, but finally got around to releasing the “Amazon.com Web Services” The Google API like interface has already spawned cool new interfaces for Amazon.com – like Amazon Light, which I have to admit – might very well become my favorite access to Amazon.com. [Via […]

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