Archive for December, 2009

We here at DemoGirl aren’t just into reviewing Web applications – we also create many custom screencasts for Web companies.  On top of that, we’ve been very busy creating tons of  tutorials for Butterscotch.com.  If you haven’t checked out Butterscotch, definitely take a look.  Besides a huge library of tutorials they also have shows like […]


I just read over my post from Dec. 31st 2008 and, if I had a tail it would be between my legs.  Seriously, I’m ashamed of myself. I’m not so much ashamed that I didn’t actually accomplish everything (or anything??) on my list but I’m ashamed because I feel as if I didn’t even try […]


Creating multiple profiles in your Netflix account isn’t new – but it’s something that I found myself setting up for my (soon to be permanent!) other half yesterday.  He was logged into my Netflix account checking to see what I had coming up in my queue, but then he started clicking on watch instant videos […]


Google Chrome has a lot of Extensions worth checking out, but these are three that I find myself using throughout the day.  Don’t expect a lot of bells and whistles here, folks – these three Extensions just help me get things done a bit quicker.  Watch the screencasts that follow the brief introduction to see […]


My Weekly Browsing Schedule is a Firefox Add-on that allows you to create a schedule of when certain Websites should open in your browser. After you install it you just need to go to “tools” then select “My Weekly Browsing Schedule”.  A window will pop open so you can add the URLs to all of […]


Readtwit allows you to turn your Twitter stream into an RSS feed.  It  removes shortened URLs and allows you to read the actual content right in your favorite feed reader. First you need to connect Readtwit to your Twitter account and then you can easily subscribe to the RSS feed it creates.  You can also […]


ShinySearch allows you to create a customized homepage with almost zero effort.  It comes loaded with links to most email services, social networking sites, news sites and popular Web destinations. All you need to do is go to ShinySearch.com and select a theme and give it a name.   There’s no sign up and no need […]