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Google NEWS Launches New Experiment with Editors’ Picks June 12, 2010

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By This Summer, All Links Shared On Twitter.Com or Third-party Apps Will Be Wrapped With a T.Co URL June 9, 2010

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With Twitter wrapping all URLs in their shortening service, what are the implications for other link shortening services such as bit.ly? Other link shortening services will thus not be required.

http://blog.twitter.com/2010/06/links-and-twitter-length-shouldnt.html

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Google’s Caffeine – You Can Now Find Links to Relevant Content Much Sooner After Being Published Than Was Ever Possible Before June 9, 2010

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New Pew Research – Since 2007, Dramatic Increase in The Number of Americans Who Watch Certain Kinds Of Videos Online June 7, 2010

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As shown in the above table, some Internet users are more likely to watch online video than others.

Summary of Findings (and link to the full PDF report) URL:
http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/State-of-Online-Video.aspx?r=1

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Critical Vulnerability Exists in Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and Earlier Versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris June 5, 2010

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Twitter is testing out a new feature that would help users find others who share their interest June 5, 2010

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Free Portable Utility Allows You to Add a Dictionary to Those Programs Without Dictionaries June 4, 2010

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TinySpell (v1.9.11) is a small utility that allows you to easily and quickly check and correct the spelling in any Windows application as well as text copied to the clipboard. Operating Systems Supported: Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and Vista.

Note: Their a freeware portable version contained within a zip archive that does not require installation. Download and extract the files from the zip archive to your hard drive (including portable drives such as USB flash drive). All TinySpell's settings and data are stored within the TinySpell folder. The direct download URL to the freeware portable version is:

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Free Utilty Allows You to Easily Compare Two Adobe Photoshop Files By Layer and Effect June 3, 2010

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OS Requirements: Windows XP+

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Internet Explorer 6 Use Falls Below 5 Percent for First Time in US and Europe June 2, 2010

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Reputation Management and Social Media – Report by Pew Research Released June 1, 2010

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