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Indentify Yourself in a Crowd With Name Tag

Marcus Kazmierczak has created a fun little web based app called Name Tag, which is fairly self explanatory. Just visit the link below...punch in a name, and be a nobody no more.

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SeeFile Offers 5GB of Free Online Storage for iPhone Users

SeeFile is an online media storage and collaboration service focussed towards creative professionals. The company recently launched a service that offers up to 5GB of storage for photos, documents, video, and other forms of media, accessible right on your iPhone through Safari.

Where the cool factor comes into play, is that you can also manipulate and edit documents right from you browser as well, through an AJAXy interface. I like.

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Zimbra Offers iPhone Support via iZimbra

Zimbra has announced mobile account access to iPhone users via it's new web service front-end called iZimbra. Zimbra, for those of you unfamiliar with the product, is an open source messaging and collaboration solution that is what one might describe as a Microsoft Exchange clone, offering the same functionality and collaboration exchange as Microsoft's proprietary corporate communication suite.

What iZimbra does is basically bring something very similar to OWA (Outlook Web Access) formatted to iPhones's mobile browser.

I've always been very curious about Zimbra and it looks extremely promising. I subscribe to a hosted Exchange account, so iZimbra is something I would find very compelling and usable were I hooked to Zimbra account.

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iPhone Does Have RSS Support...Via Safari

So now we know how iPhone will handle RSS, and as we feared it's through Safari. Apple has developed RSS viewing through a Safari-based web app (reader.mac.com). However, iPhone should be able to support my favorite RSS solutions; Google Reader. Can't wait to try that out.

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101 CookBooks Develops iPhone-Friendly Recipe Site

The folks at 101 Cookbooks have developed an iPhone-friendly versions of their website to better accommodate its native screen resolution (HVGA). Don't ask me why they thought it necessary given that Safari already enables full web browsing, negating the need for such "mobile web" content. Buy hey, who am I to argue.

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iPhone Widget List

The iPhone Widget list keeps a close inventory on the growing list of iPhone web based applications in development. Worth a look.

ReadThanks to Chris Kerins for the tip

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BarCamp, iPhone Developers Camp

The list of development projects for iPhone web apps is growing. BarCamp offers a retreat for developers who are devoted solely iPhone.

iPhone Developers Camp is an upcoming gathering, inspired by BarCamp, SuperHappyDevHouse, and MacHack, to develop web-based applications and optimize web sites for iPhone. It is a non-commercial event, organized by volunteers, with attendance free to all. By the completion of the weekend event, a number of iPhone-ready web applications and web sites will be launched to the public. The event will be held in California, and out-of-town guests are welcome.

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iTweetr, It's Twitter for your iPhone

Fifteen days to go before iPhone officially launches, and already web apps are popping up like ragweed in my backyard. This interesting concept is called iTweetr, which acts as a web-based Twitter client accessible through Safari. It works under Firefox too. Visit http://dev.deanjrobinson.com/itweetr/yourusername to try it out under your own Twitter account.

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iPhone Mobile Web App Demo, It's Alive!

Some industrious haxor developer has created an interesting yet simple demo web application, highlighting what is possible via iPhone's Safari browser. I still have very mixed feelings about this framework. Maybe I've been hanging around PDAs too long, but I prefer system-native applications as apposed to the Web 2.0 approach.

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