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Best of Feeds – 41 links – blogging, humor, geek, lifehacks, facebook

Posted in Best of Feeds, Technology by engtech on July 21, 2007

RSS feeds are like cookies (that are good enough for me). Best of Feeds is a weekly collection of the best stuff I saw on the Internet this week. I post them on Twitter as they happen and then collected together on Saturdays. I don’t blog on the weekend so read these links instead.

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Legend

  • saves – number of people who bookmarked on http://del.icio.us
  • inbound links – number of blogs who linked to it (max 100)
  • diggs – number of people who dugg on http://digg.com

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    I’ve updated my script that forces the Flickr search box to remember that you’re searching for Creative Commons licensed photos. It fixes a problem with the advanced search box. IDT Labs is a blog for news announcements about software, tools or blog themes created by InternetDuctTape.com .…

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  1. […] Printers: Useful items you can print out Technology July 25th, 2007 Put your printer to good use with the Fried Beef weblog’s list of 5 things you didn’t know you could print, like name tags, pocket organizers, graph paper, business cards and even a camera lens hood. Add calendars and full-sized organizers to that list. Top 5 Useful Items You Never Knew You Could Print Out [Friedbeef’s Tech via Internet Duct Tape] […]


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