Scoutle Gets A Do-Over

I had once tried Scoutle but the overly complicated website and overall system turned me off to the idea. Now as part of the Duhh revitalization project I’m working on leveraging smaller social bookmarking sites so I’m giving it another try.

I’ll be trying to get as many connections as possible to increase my rank and maybe then I’ll get more traffic from it.

I’ll post more when I see some results.

Gearing Down

The Duhh blog is gearing down and I’m ready to bring you more Social Media content. In the past there has been some question as to the topic of Duhh due to the types of posts I’ve added in the past. That is about to change.

The Duhh blog has always been about Social Bookmarking news and tips and it always will, but in the past I’ve deviated to get content on the site.

In the next week you’ll see Duhh gear down and start getting back on topic, Duhh is now monitoring news from all our supported Social Bookmarking sites (Except Newsvine, Slash dot, Blogsvine, Dzone and Sphinn who seam to lack blogs, if we’re wrong leave us a comment with the url) so we can bring you the latest social bookmarking news.

Duhh will also be removing posts that aren’t on topic to make room for better and more to the point posts.

Enjoy reading through are current posts now and get ready to say goodbye to the Duhh spam.

Steve Jobs WWDC 2008 Keynote (in 60 Seconds)

Don’t bother watching the 107 minute version of today
’s Steve Jobs WWDC Keynote: instead, watch our 60 second version.

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MobileMe announced

The rumors were true, Apple just announced their new MobileMe service. Push mail, contacts and calendars all in the cloud and synced back to your iPhone over the air.

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Next Version of OSX To Be Named “Snow Leopard”

Straight from the mouth of Steve at WWDC 08!

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Next Version of OSX To Be Named “Snow Leopard”

Straight from the mouth of Steve at WWDC 08!

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Firefox to pass 20% before July?

With ‘download day’ to take place any day now, Net Application’s growth estimate may turn out to be a bit conservative…

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