Community-powered support for Feedly preview link doesn't work on some feeds The "preview" option often doesn't work for me. Where clicking on the link on top of an article, only the black bar shows up, and no cont... Habits Are The New Viral: Why Startups Must Be Behavior Experts Editor’s Note: This guest post is written by Nir Eyal, a founder of two startups and an advisor to several Bay Area incubators. Nir blogs about technology and behavior design at nirandfar.com. Face it; you’re hooked.
7 Chrome Extensions to Make You More Efficient Grace Nasri is the managing editor at FindTheBest, a data-driven comparison engine. Her work has appeared in dozens of publications including Forbes, The Huffington Post, Reuters, VentureBeat, and SemanticWeb. You can read her articles at GraceNasri.com or follow her @GraceNasri. This summer, Google Chrome became the world’s most popular web browser, with about one third of the global market share, according to StatCounter. Chrome’s market dominance is largely due to its speed, security, and flexible address bar, which can be used as a range of tools including a calculator, a currency converter, and a movie guide. In addition to these built-in core benefits, Chrome’s large cache of extensions is another great perk.
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Why Wesabe Lost to Mint - Marc Hedlund's blog A number of people have asked and speculated about why the company I co-founded, Wesabe, shut down earlier this summer. Some of the claims or guesses about it are just factually wrong; others seem misinformed to me; others seem to have some truth. I thought I’d add my own opinion. In November 2006, Wesabe launched as a site to help people manage their personal finances. We certainly weren’t the first to try to tackle this problem through a web app, but we were the first of a new wave of companies that came out in the months that followed, characterized but what some would call a Web 2.0 approach to the problem.
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Aggregators: the good ones vs. the looters News aggregators have grown into all shapes and forms. Some are truly helping the producers of original content but others simply amount to mere electronic ransack. My daily media routine starts on Techmeme. It is a pure aggregator — actually an aggrefilter, as coined by Dan Farber, at the time editor-in-chief of Cnet, who recommended it. This little site combines simple concept and sophisticated execution. Web Widgets - What Are Web Widgets - How Can I Use A Web Widget? A web widget (commonly referred to simply as a 'widget') is a small program that you can easily put on your website, blog, or personalized start page. A common example of a widget that most of us run across almost every day are those Google advertisements. These ads are produced by placing a small piece of code on the web page. The hard part -- choosing an advertisement that matches the content and displaying that ad -- is done by Google.
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