Archive for January, 2008

CuePrompter is a service that will turn your browser into a teleprompter in just seconds. There are really only two steps – enter your script into the text box and choose the size of your screen and font. You can then adjust the speed of the scrolling text, reverse direction, and pause it. This is […]


Working alone can sometimes make a person act a little strange. Seriously. There’s no one to talk to except yourself and your friends on IM and it can get very lonely. This can lead to very odd behavior. It can even make a person change their jacket 3 times in a very short period of […]


This blog is usually just where I post screencasts I create for cool things I find on the Web. You may notice that there aren’t any ads up and all of the screencasts are free to view and share. While I’d like it if I could simply get paid to find cool stuff and create […]


Mobile O/X allows you to create your own personalized domain where you can add all of your favorite websites that can be accessed all in one place from any computer.  The sign up process is very quick and a bit different.  It requires you to just enter in your cell phone number and then you’ll […]


InstaSaver allows you to easily create screensavers out of photos you have on your computer or photos from Flickr.  It’s pretty straightforward folks – Here’s my screencast tour of InstaSaver: Click Here To Watch The Screencast 2m39s Want this screencast on your site?  Click here to get the code for this and other DemoGirl screencasts!


Drop.io, a service that allows you to create your own private file drop spaces, has added a nice new feature called drop.io voice.  The service itself is simple – you can upload multiple files and create a private or fully collaborative space where notes and more files can be added.  Now, however, after you create […]


Not all screencasts are created equal.  What I mean by that is, there are lots of different tools one can use in order to create a screencast.  There are different types of software and applications such as Jing, Demo Builder, CamStudio, uTIPu, and what I use, Camtasia Studio.  There are also lots of different settings […]


Remember The Milk, a task management and organization tool, is now available to use in Gmail.  First, you need to install it and then your Gmail account will have a “tasks pane” on the right hand side, next to your inbox.  You can add tasks right in Gmail and  and even add emails and Gmail […]


Yes, it’s true. Sometimes the wonderful sites I screencast for DemoGirl have so many features that my brain gets overloaded and I miss some really good stuff. That’s the case with Eyejot. At first glance, it seems that Eyejot is just a video email service. Not true at all, my friends. Eyejot has some really […]


Eyejot allows you to quickly send your friends video emails using your webcam. After you sign up for an account, all you need to do is click on record and create your message. Then just select the people that you want to receive your message and click on send. It’s that simple. Recipients will receive […]