Posts Tagged ‘collaboration’

Thinkmeter gives you a way to quickly get opinions and advice from friends, family and co-workers. You can ask for opinions on anything from what color to paint your kitchen to what to buy your Mom for her birthday – and you don’t even need to sign up to use it. If you do sign […]


Linkli.st allows you to quickly and easily create lists out of links that you find on the Web.  You can share these lists with friends and allow others to add links to your list, which is great for collaboration.  It’s free to use and only requires a sign-up if you wish to use all of […]


Dabbleboard is an online whiteboard that allows you to draw messy circles, rectangles, triangles, etc, but immediately corrects your freehand into a smooth shape. Besides basic shapes, you can also insert images, add text anywhere, and draw freehand.  You can select and store different shapes into your library for future use as well as entire […]


Twiddla is a tool that allows you to mark up Web pages, images, or start fresh on a blank canvas. They provide you with the basic tools you’ll need like shapes, clip art, and a drawing tool but you can also upload your own media. You can visit Web pages from within Twiddla and mark […]


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 […]


I don’t know what they’re feeding the Google Maps team, but I wish they’d send some of it my way. There are some new features that have been released over the past couple of weeks, and I thought I’d show them to you just in case you’ve missed them. First off, Hybrid view is out […]