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Kikin is an add-on that puts relevant search results for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Amazon, eBay, and iTunes above your regular search results from sites like Google, Yahoo, and Bing.  It works with Firefox, IE, and Safari.   After you install it just perform your searches like you normally would.  Kikin will appear on the results […]


HotPrints gives its users an easy and inexpensive way to create photo books from your Facebook or Bebo pictures.  And now the company is offering you one free HotBook per month. The free books are ad-supported, but the ads will be inserts that you can remove — they wont be printed next to your photos.  […]


When I first moved to San Francisco I lived just 2 blocks from Golden Gate Park.  I would go running there about 4 or 5 times a week, usually taking one of the same 3 routes that I had discovered (yes, I discovered them, they’re mine).  By the time I got home I would assume […]


Dingbee is a web-based social calendar that lets you quickly add events and share them with your followers.  The set up is easy — just sign in or connect with Facebook Connect. You can quickly add your own events and even set up recurring events.  If your events are public, your followers can view them […]


A lot of my friends from high school, and even earlier, have found me on Facebook.  It’s a great way to see what each other has been up to and possibly even begin a new friendship, as adults.  With the good, there is also the bad.  Some of these friends don’t understand (or maybe don’t […]


Avakit is a service that allows you to create a profile with your your old phone numbers, email addresses, and other social networking information so that people who have lost touch with you can easily find you. Avakit works almost like a customized search engine for your contact information.  Before any of your information will […]


The new Facebook profiles are now ready for you to customize, tweak, and bitch about.  There’s just one thing you should know first – it’s just a test page, a lot of it doesn’t work, and nothing you do there will actually affect your live Facebook profile.  It should, hopefully, prepare you for an unavoidable […]