‘Read/WriteWeb’ latest blog post is titled “Yahoo! Issues Call for Homepage Apps, Plugs Proprietary Development Platform”. [Read/WriteWeb Blog]


‘Read/WriteWeb’ latest blog post:

Yahoo! Issues Call for Homepage Apps, Plugs Proprietary Development Platform

The Yahoo! Developer Network blog has a post today calling for “innovative and flawless” applications to be submitted for inclusion in a gallery section on their redesigned homepage.

BUG Labs WiFi Release: DIY Web-Enabled Gadgets for All

Have you ever wanted to build a better web cam, GPS device or web video pet monitoring service? Well you just might get your chance.

About Read/WriteWeb

Read/WriteWeb is a popular weblog that provides Web Technology news, reviews and analysis. It began publishing on April 20, 2003 and is now one of the most widely read and respected Web 2.0 blogs. Read/WriteWeb is ranked among Technoratis Top 100 blogs in the world. The site is edited by Richard MacManus, a recognized thought leader in the Internet industry.

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