ServicePlatform connects your Services to the internet

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ServicePlatform

Your business, Your services, managed in one location, shared everywhere. Power your entire online presence – from your website to Facebook to Twitter and everything in between all from ServicePlatform.

Why:

  • Increased visibility
  • Powerful business management
  • Easily go mobile
  • Attract more customers
  • Connected everywhere

ServicePlatform is the most powerful business solution around for managing and promoting your services.

ServicePlatform: http://serviceplatform.com/

Food Tech

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Collection of some of the best technologies in the restaurant and food space. From Menu Specifications to Online Ordering to Online Reservations to Mobile Apps and everything in between.

Link: http://delicious.com/stacks/view/KtB04L

OpenMenu.org brings the first standards for the restaurant industry

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OpenMenu™ has created the first standard to regulate the way restaurants store and share their menus over the Internet by standardizing the menus’ structure and format. Combined with OpenMenu Registrars, OpenMenu is providing a regulated system for sharing accurate menu information.

Link: http://openmenu.org/

WP Snippets

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WP-Snippets is a community driven website created by Filip Stefansson, dedicated to the all WordPress developers out there. Whether you you’re a pro or just a beginner, I’m sure you’ll find something of value for your theme.

Link: http://wp-snippets.com/

Build Native iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PhoneGap

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video: Two great TED talks on choice

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Windows 8, a first look

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NSA developed configuration guidance for operating systems

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NSA has developed and distributed configuration guidance for operating systems. These guides are currently being used throughout the government and by numerous entities as a security baseline for their systems.

Link: http://www.nsa.gov/ia/guidance/…

Microsoft Acquires Skype for $8.5 Billion

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Skype will be integrated into Microsoft devices and systems such as Xbox and Kinect, Xbox Live, the Windows Phone, Lync and Outlook, Microsoft said in a statement. The company has pledged to continue supporting and developing Skype clients on non-Microsoft platforms as well.

Does this spell doom for Skype?

Link: http://mashable.com/…

Your iPhone is tracking you

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Today at Where 2.0 Pete Warden and I will announce the discovery that your iPhone, and your 3G iPad, is regularly recording the position of your device into a hidden file. Ever since iOS 4 arrived, your device has been storing a long list of locations and time stamps. We’re not sure why Apple is gathering this data, but it’s clearly intentional, as the database is being restored across backups, and even device migrations.

Link: http://radar.oreilly.com/…

Look at your data: http://petewarden.github.com/iPhoneTracker/

Google closes video service and deletes files

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Google Videos began as a video-sharing site, but it became something of a lame duck when Google bought the web’s leading video site, YouTube, in 2006. In 2009, Google stopped allowing people to upload their movies to Videos, but has continued to host the videos that are already there.

That ends on 13 May, when the videos will disappear and the service turns into a video search index. Videos that have been uploaded to the service will not be saved, so if they are not preserved elsewhere, users will have until 13 May to salvage them.

Link: http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/…

 

The Real History Of Twitter

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How Twitter’s owners and top executives say Twitter was founded is different than how Twitter was actually founded.

Mainly, the official version leaves out the role of a major cofounder. Some early Twitter investors also wonder if it also leaves out a scandal.

Link: http://www.businessinsider.com/…

Commodore 64 to be sold again?

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No, we haven’t time-travelled to 1982. Computer company Commodore has revealed it will once again sell its line of personal computers, including the popular Commodore 64.

Link: http://content.usatoday.com/…

All About Microformats

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lIf you’re not familiar with the concept of POSH (plain old semantic HTML), the first thing to know is that producing semantic code that reflects content contextually (rather than stylistically) is a critical component of the web design process. While HTML has a whole bunch of awesome elements by which to convey meaning, a slew of purpose-built microformats (conventions) have been created to better represent the kind of content that exists on the page. This guide discusses popular microformats that can enhance the semantics and interoperability of your website.

Link: http://sixrevisions.com/…

Video: History of the World in 100 Seconds

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