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Confirmed: Yahoo Closing Buzz, Traffic APIs – Maybe Delicious & AltaVista

19 Dec Posted by in Twitter | Comments

Confirmed: Yahoo Closing Buzz, Traffic APIs – Maybe Delicious & AltaVista
News is traveling fast about a leaked slide from a Yahoo “all hands” meeting earlier this week that listed several products — including Delicous and AltaVista — to be “sunsetted.” Yahoo confirms that Yahoo Buzz will be closed, as will the Traffic APIs. Delicious seems likely to go, too.
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Small Local Businesses Power their WEB Presence and Social Marketing through “VZAZZ” Digital Media Studios
VZAZZ was created to fill the demand of local businesses for local targeted marketing to local communities currently served by a fractured industry of independent providers and virtual marketers’ (Groupon, Living Social, and Affiliate Traffic Marketers etc.). (PRWeb December 17, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/12/prweb4903414.htm
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GENERAL MUSIC INDUSTRY: Best of 2010: The Most Interesting and Innovative Music Start-Ups
This post was written by Chris Bracco, and originally appeared on his blog, Tight Mix. You can follow Chris on Twitter or subscribe to his . The end of the year is approaching rapidly, and a lot has happened in the music industry over the past twelve months! There have been many incredible albums released this year, some of which surprised the public and even became nominated for Grammy awards…
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Structural distortions emerge from nothing at the nanoscale
( DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory ) Scientists have discovered that a class of materials known to convert heat to electricity and vice versa behaves quite unexpectedly at the nanoscale. The discovery — a new “opposite-direction” phase transition that helps explain the strong thermoelectric response of these materials — may help scientists identify other useful thermoelectrics, and could …
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