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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 to shut the service down. As of yesterday it no longer exists. Way to go Google :(

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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 allowing new users by invite, there are some obvious advantages to being able to control just how many new users enter the system, and the trail back to who invited them. The trail could possibly

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RSS gaining ground in the newspaper world

It seems the big newspapers are picking up RSS. It has been happening for a good while here in Norway. All the major newspapers have RSS-feeds of news from their online editions, and almost none of them require registration or payment to read their news. So its interesting to see the big newspapers in the US taking up RSS more and more. OJR article: Dear Bloggers: Media Discover Promotional Potential of Blogosphere NYTimes.com now has 27 categories of feeds, while sister site Boston.com has 13 feeds available. Catherine Levene, vice

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RSS 1.0 Blog Reader and web services

Jeffrey Hill of Flash-db.com is busy making cool Flash front-ends for web services. One of them are the RSS 1.0 Blog Reader I’ll share his very interesting e-mail with you all: it does add a new twist to other RSS news readers as it’s based off of a web service. The service (remotely hosted) returns an array – so there’s no need to parse any XML in Flash. The service should also work well with Flash remoting, as you can load the array directly into flash with remoting. However the

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Quasimondo Flash Google API search

Mario keeps proving that he knows how to use the new cool features of Flash MX, and the equally cool features of the Google API with his Google API Flash banner He is using it on all the stories on the frontpage of Quasmindo.com, kind of scary that I am the only search result associated with the story about “the search for Quasimodo”. :-) Mario has made the full source code for the Google API Flash banner available, great job Mario! I have been contemplating including it on my own

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Flash interface for Jabber

There are so many great Flash projects going on. Sean Voisen at eat orange is working on integrating Flash with Jabber, his already has a Flash/Jabber Groupchat Client in early beta available for download. Sean writes: I’ve had some early interest (mainly from Jabber developers) in my Flash MX/Jabber Groupchat client. As such I’ve posted what I have for download here. Please note that this version is very alpha, and currently serves only as an illustration that chat on Jabber with Flash is very real and very possible. I think

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Fun with Google API

The last days, trying to keep updated on the Macromedia Studio MX releases, its been fun to keep updated with the Google API. The resources at Macromedia instantly showed up at Google almost at the time they were released, and the search result for “Macromedia MX” changes all the time, if not hour by hour so day by day. (The top 10 search results for “Macromedia MX” is shown on the right side a little further down on this page).

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