In the next few weeks MySpace users should expect the ability to quickly and easily share videos, profile details and images to web sites operated by Yahoo, Ebay and others, including websites like Photobucket and Twitter.

OpenOffice 3.0 is now ready for public beta testing. We have some visual changes- new and better icons, a pretty start screen, as well as some pretty heavy changes under the hood. You can expect a better install process for Mac machines with complete look and feel that jives with other aqua apps.

Facebook finally reached an agreement with the attorney generals of 49 states and the District of Columbia concerning strickter safety standards. Facebook pledged to develop age verification technology in addition send warnings to anyone under 18 giving out their own personal information as well as restrict a vast majority of what they can do on the website.

Facebook plans on lifting that cumbersome 5,000 friends limit in the near future. Different reasons for the limit have been bandied about for keeping the upper limit on friends to five thousand, but the real reason is scalability issues.

FullFillment Central is giving away 100 free full color flyers. That’s right- free. All you need to do is pay a small shipping and handling fee to get them delivered to anywhere in the US. A great example of pushing the Free Line.

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