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EXCLUSIVE: Spellr.us, the digital spell-checker, comes out of beta, offers pricing plans

News just in that Spellr.us, the website spell-checking service created by Sydney-based digital media company Melon Media, cast aside its beta training wheels this afternoon and launched to the public.

InnoCentive: The wisdom of lab crowds

The name - InnoCentive - sounds like it was manufactured in the crucible of an expensive, bureaucratic, innovation think-tank naming committee, but the site is incredibly impressive, efficient and market oriented.

The Top 150 Media and Marketing blogs

Everyone loves to start the new year with a full bag of fresh ideas. You don't need to spend a bomb on a consultant....

Mild comic relief from the market maelstrom

The Brokers With Hands on their Faces Blog contains photos, one after another, of stock brokers touching different parts of their faces as they watch on in disbelief at recent manic market machinations. The blog contains no words, for none are required. Amateur anthropologists with a wicked streak prefer their irony served raw.

Get productive. Start working on your “not-to-do” list.

The human desire to work more effectively pre-dates the pyramids. Entire forests have been razed in the production of roadmaps to boosting personal organisation...

FutureMe.org

Most people at one time or another have wished they could travel back in time to impart sage advice to their younger selves. While...

StumbleUpon gets its act together

Serendipitous discovery is one of the great joys of the web. Sure, standard search provides its share of satisfying conquest, but digital serendipity truly...

SideTaker.com

In the age of YouTube, Facebook and Oprah, it should come as no surprise that people like to share their personal lives with the...

In the spirit of Magazine 2.0…

Sadly, I'm stuck chasing deadlines this week. As such, I've not had the opportunity to scout the Internet and deliver to you, our expectant readers,...

Predict the future of world events on InTrade.com

I admit to not understanding many of the intricacies of high finance. After all, I studied Arts at university (and even began a PhD...

ClickGreen.com.au

A few months back I wrote about FreeRice.com, an online word definition game run by the UN's World Food Programme, which donates 20 grains...

WOMOW.com.au

With the recent boom in online viral marketing through sites such as YouTube and Facebook, many people seem to have forgotten that word-of-mouth is...

Google Maps’ Street View launches in Australia

"Hey, I can see my house from here!" Google Maps, already one of my favourite web services, today became even more useful for Australian...

Google Maps' Street View launches in Australia

"Hey, I can see my house from here!" Google Maps, already one of my favourite web services, today became even more useful for Australian...

Videos from D6 Conference

Sick of sitting through tedious events (oh, I don't know, say, ones where the speakers repeatedly define "innovation") and then wishing there was some...

Springwise.com

Website of the Week: Lost At E Minor

Something a bit different this week. At Anthill, we're keen advocates of great design as a gateway to untapped creativity. We place immense emphasis on...

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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