Posts Tagged ‘screencast’

Flavors.me is a great service for anyone who wants to build their own Website  to share all of their profiles on the Web.  It allows just about anyone to design a personal site, even those of us without design skills.  You can test out Flavors.me for free but for $20.00 a year you can have […]


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 […]


Last week I reviewed Screenjelly, a service that allows you to create screencasts that can be sent to Twitter.  This week there’s a new kid on the block, Screenr, so I thought I’d give it a whirl to see  how the two compared.  A lot like Screenjelly, Screenr allows you to quickly and easily create […]


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 was visiting Go2web20.net this morning and saw mention of a bookmarking service called Speedtile. This handy little tool makes browsing through your bookmarks very easy on the eyes.  I admit it, I’m a lazy bookmarker.  My bookmark folder is a mess and half the time I don’t give my bookmarks intuitive names so they […]


Sure, multitasking might be OK on the subway where you answer email on your phone, eat your breakfast and try to finish the latest page in your suduko book.  But multitasking isn’t always the best way to be efficient.  That’s where ForceDo comes in.  ForceDo is a handy little Web site that helps you maximize […]


As you may know, I use a lot of video in my blog posts. Well, up until now I’ve been using Viddler to display the videos and also linking to a video hosted on our server. Today I upgraded my WordPress.com space and will be using their player to show off my screencasts. I think […]