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I finally got my invite for Pinterest this week and I’ve been having so much fun exploring all of the beautiful pinboards that early users have created.  It’s easy to create your own boards — when you come across something that strikes your fancy simply use the bookmarklet to “pin” it to your board. If […]


ShowMeWhatsWrong gives you the power to force your not-so-tech-savvy friends and family to show you what their problem is. All you need to do is head over to ShowMeWhatsWrong, enter in your name and valid email address and click on “Generate”.  You’ll get a link that you can send to your troubled friend and all […]


Stupeflix is a fun site that helps you  create movies out of your images and video. All you need to do is add your media and Stupeflix does most of the “editing” for you.  You can add text and music to your movie and download it when you’re done.  The entire process should only take […]


Screenjelly is a handy tool that allows you to record your screen and then instantly tweet, email, or simply upload your creation. It gives you a great way to quickly show your Mom how to add her profile pic to her Facebook page, or to simply show off new features of your Web application.  Screencasts […]


I’ve been meaning to do a screencast of myebook for a while now.  Well, it’s spring break and I decided to take some time and get down to the basics of myebook. This site allows you to easily publish and share your own content online as well as read ebooks published by other people.  You […]


I have a problem.  I’m addicted to real estate sites.  I’m constantly checking on what my home value is or searching to see if anyone has bought the house across the street.  If you are actually looking to buy a house or sell your house, though, Dwellicious may be a good tool for you. Dwellicious  […]


I was browsing the Download Squad Web site today and they mentioned a nifty outline application called LooseStitch. LooseStitch is a Web-based application that lets you easily create outlines and share them or allow others to work on the outlines with you.  You don’t really have to sign up — just create an outline name […]