Saturday, July 15, 2006

24 hours live - 5.4GB served

It is amazing that Who Are You served 5.4G traffic in the first 24 hours live!

It is lanuched by

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Wired Finally Gets Its Website Back

From business2blog:

After years without its own Website, Wired magazine (or, rather, its parent company, Conde Nast) is buying back Wired News for $25 million. Back during the bubble years, Wired had sold the news site to Lycos for $83 million. So it's as if Lycos was borrowing the site for the past seven years and is now returning it like a used car and taking whatever cash it can get for it. (Albeit, it's a nice used car—the folks over at Wired News cover their beat well given their up-till-now limited resources).

Although the site continued to host the magazine's content throughout the years, it wasn't controlled by Wired—which in turn was contractually barred from doing anything else online. The deal will overturn this bizarre and (to Wired editor Chris Anderson) frustrating situation. But you can bet that the real impetus behind the deal is that online advertising is finally becoming a viable source of revenues for major media companies like our competitors over at Conde Nast (as well as us over here at Time Inc.), and the one of the few ad sources that is actually growing.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006


ActiveCollab is an easy to use, web based, open source collaboration and project management tool

Habbo Hotel

Habbo Hotel is a virtual world similar to Cyworld, Hive7 and Gaia Online.

3000 Singles, Speed Dating


Over 3,000 singles have pre registered to attendthis massive speed dating event in a town of only 150,000 people

Markus Frind started in 2003 as a free dating site, and as a way to teach himself ASP programming. The site gets over 200,000 logins every day and received 3.2 million unique visitors in June 2006. It is the #3 dating website in Canada and #6 in USA for May 2006 (see

And here is ranking for dating sites.

Tuesday, July 11, 2006


From techspot:
FireFox approaches 13% browser share.
Another related artile from zdnet.

And now Firefox 2.0 Beta Candidate is open to public.

If you do not know what firefox is, you should really try it out.

Went to New York New Technology Meetup today.

Five companies showed their product/site.

Nice event and if you are interested, you can sign in