Archive for April, 2010
As featured on Adobe’s blog, meet Graphic.ly. The Graphic.ly team describes what they are building as a: “… a cutting-edge community and digital content delivery platform for comic books, graphic novels and other forms of publishing.”
One of the best and jingling .ly sites, a music search engine song.ly, semi-tuned for Twitter, was just sold for $50,000 via Flippa. The site had also developed an API and a Firefox add-on. Despite low ranking at Alexa, considering all the perks, it is questionable whether the actual transfer will happen after this auction.
Last year there was a post about top 8,000 “ly” words. To make the list complete, below we publish the complete list of some 18,000 words ending with “ly” according to Xona service. The shortest words are just three-letters long (fly, ply, etc) and the longest two are electroencephalographically and microspectrophotometrically, 27 letters long, whatever […]