Archive for the ‘flickr’ Category

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 […]


Robo.to allows you to create a virtual business card, complete with your own video avatar.  It gives you a place to share your flickr photos, your location, and your other online identities, as well as updates to Twitter and Facebook. After you sign up for an account (which is currently invite only) you’ll be able […]


KwiClick is a Firefox Add-on that allows you to perform searches and look up information without having to leave the page you’re on.  It’s currently an experimental Add-on, so keep that in mind if you’re planning on testing it out. After you install it, you’ll see the KwiClick favicon in the lower right corner of […]


If you belong to multiple social networking sites where you’re constantly adding photos and video, then Pixelpipe may just make your life a little bit easier.  Pixelpipe is a service that allows you to easily upload media to various services across the Web, from one location. After you sign up for Pixelpipe, you’ll need to […]


Last Monday I promised you another healthy dose of fun applications to accompany Twitter, and here they are: Tweetshots is a handy tool that allows you to automatically post screenshots of tweets to tumblr, or email them to friends.  Whenever you see an interesting tweet, just click on the tweetshots bookmarklet and a screenshot will […]


Update: I have 10 invites for PhotoPhlow. Drop me a comment and pick one up! PhotoPhlow gives you a new way to interact with other Flickr users with real-time chat and photo sharing. To briefly explain (because I think the screencast will help you understand PhotoPhlow’s potential) basically, PhotoPhlow gives you a place to start […]


FlauntR is a free online photo editor that allows you to edit your photos and add effects to them with just one click of your mouse. You can grab photos from your computer or your flickr account and then immediately start adding lighting effects, frames, overlays, you name it. When you’re all through, you can […]