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Get Quick Updates On All Your Favorite Social Sites With Fluid

If you’re anything like me, you have more than a few social networks you are a part of. Keeping up with all those networks can be hard too. However, with the Mac app Fluid you can create multi-site menu bar applications for quick and easy access. What I have setup is Facebook mobile, Weather Underground...

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Ping.fm Firefox Sidebar

I’ve become a fan of Ping.fm and its mass notification abilities.  However, I wanted to update my Ping.fm status without navigating away from the page I was on.  So I created the Ping.fm Mobile Sidebar for Firefox. Much like my many other Firefox sidebars, it simply works as a shortcut to access the mobile version...

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Twitterkeys Work Great in Plurk and Other Social Communities

Have you heard about Twitterkeys?  It’s a site that puts together a list of special characters that you can just copy and paste and put into a Twitter post. Where as they are marketing to Twitter, these symbols work great for Plurk, ReJaw, Facebook, email or whatever you want to use them with. Twitterkeys offers...

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For the Love of Bacon!

Bacon is one topic that just seems to grab a lot of attention. Everywhere I turn, there are more and more bacon lovers sharing their interesting bacon finds. I thought I’d put a few of those together to share with all the bacon lovers out there. OMG Bacon Bacon Dispenser Bacon Vodka Wake n’ Bacon...

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My First Plurk Theme

A few days ago Plurk came out with the ability to customize your profile with your own CSS code.  I put my skills to work and created my first Plurk theme! It’s a bit darker, to match my website, and comes with rounded boxes, a unified timeline and colors that pop. You can get a...

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Plurkit on Adobe Air

I’ve been playing around with Aptana and Adobe Air to see if I could create a basic application.  What I created was Plurkit; an Adobe Air version of Plurk mobile. Ok, I’ll be the first to admit, this is not as good as something like Twhirl. 😉 However, it is my first attempt at anything...

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