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Bookmark This! May 12, 2006 posted by

Post Simple.

Post Simple. Hmm…there is something rather compelling about this simple online service. Enter your text and press the create button and you get a link to your text which you can distribute, make private or send to others. And people can comment. It’s really a very basic idea, and yet…well maybe genius. Try it and see. For an example of the kind of thing you can do see this post. In fact thinking about it, it’s one of those things where…


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Bookmark This! May 9, 2006 posted by

How to reinstall Windows without losing data.

How to Reinstall Windows Without Losing Your Data. Pretty useful really.  There’s a difference between a repair reinstall and a complete reinstall. Though a repair (also called a refresh) will let you keep your current settings, a complete reinstall will give you a truly fresh version of Windows. Repairs are fast and easy, but they don’t fix anywhere near as many problems. The instructions below are for total reinstalls, except where noted.


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Bookmark This! May 8, 2006 posted by

Create a personalized CD/DVD Cover.

Create a Personalized CD/DVD Cover. Fill in the details online and print out your own simple paper CD cover. Bit basic, but could be useful in a pinch.  Use your digital photographs to make a personalized CD or DVD cover and a lot more. Just choose a photo, add some text (like a playlist or a note or a dedication), and follow the simple printing and folding instructions. Amaze your friends with your digital-photo-crafting-kung-fu! Works with your photos hosted on…


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Bookmark This! May 4, 2006 posted by

LogoYes.

LogoYes. Choose brand position, industry, symbol, text, layout. Fork over $99.00 and walk away with your own logo. On the fence here, peeps. On the fence. But worth a look-see nevertheless.


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Bookmark This! May 3, 2006 posted by

AjaxXLS.

AjaxXLS. Another in the Ajax family of stuff. This time an online Microsoft Excel viewer which aims to be an easier option than downloading the official MS viewer for Excel spreadsheets. Worth a bookmark, I suppose, although it still feels rather crude and beta.  With one click you can easily open any .xls file in just a few seconds. The interactivity and responsiveness provided by AJAX programming allows you to enjoy the power and utility of a spreadsheet without the…


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Bookmark This! April 28, 2006 posted by

Beeplet.

Beeplet. Reminders for forgetful people. You know, birthdays, anniversaries, meetings. That kind of thing. Sure we know you’ve got a mobile phone with alarms, but that’s not so much Web 2.0 pastel green fun, is it? Dufus.


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Bookmark This! April 27, 2006 posted by

SiteJot.

SiteJot. Clean, simple online bookmark storage. Does what it says on the tin really. And free. Nice one.


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Bookmark This! April 25, 2006 posted by

AjaxTunes.

AjaxTunes. Online music player and locker. Which uses Ajax (or does it?). You’re way ahead of us aren’t ya, clever clogs. Anyhoo, this apparently has something to do with Michael Robertson. So there.  ajaxTunes is a web-based media player that lets you play, pause, forward and rewind high-quality streaming music straight from the Internet on any computer. Try ajaxTunes immediately, it has been preloaded with a demo account containing more than 25 songs encoded at 192kbps from different albums and…


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Bookmark This! April 24, 2006 posted by

Jumpcut.

Jumpcut. Hmm..not sure whether I fully appreciate the value of online video editing tools, but this here is one such. Who knows, it may be useful to you, dear patrons. Editing, remixing, community. Yum.  If you’ve been wondering what to do with the video you shoot with your snazzy new camera (or your phone), jumpcut is the perfect place for you to be creative. If video isn’t your thing just yet and you just want to make cool slideshows with…


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Bookmark This! April 21, 2006 posted by

To Read.

To Read. Nifty idea, an email based bookmark service. Find a site you like? Just click on the bookmarklet and have it delivered to your inbox. I like services which move stuff through email. Much more efficient.  If you find it hard to manage your “toread” web pages, just try “toread”, an email-based bookmark service. “toread” gives you a simple way to go through your “toread” web pages. It’s simple, free and handy after all, all-in-emails! As you receive your…


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Bookmark This! April 20, 2006 posted by

Tape Failure.

Tape Failure browser session recorder. Apart from having the single most minimalist name and interface of all time, this is quite an interesting application. Record your online stuff for later replay.  TAPEFAILURE is a “history recording tool.” What this means is that anyone can record a browsing session using TAPEFAILURE’s recorder, then save it, and share it with others. Each recorded session can be played back virtually perfectly through our playback tool; as long as you know the tape ID or…


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Bookmark This! April 18, 2006 posted by

Podcast Ready.

Podcast Ready. A clever site and software combo which lets you easily schedule and download podcasts onto a bunch of non-iPod devices, including memory cards and USB drives. The software – myPodder – seems to have the smarts, the site is just the content portal. Nice one. [Thanks Marc]  The podcastready.com portal gives podcast users feature-rich and easier-to-use tools for managing podcast subscriptions and content. The myPodder podcast management software available in beta on the podcastready.com site allows for complete podcast portability,…


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Bookmark This! April 13, 2006 posted by

Portable Playlist.

Portable Playlist. Love it. Lots. An online audio player which lets you create playlists you can access from any machine, anywhere. A kind of Netvibes for audio if you will. But what is standout is the interface. Simple, easy and fast. Very Ajax Web 2.0 glory-licious. Check it out!


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Bookmark This! April 5, 2006 posted by

Schmap.

Schmap. Superb travel tool built around an uber clever player which you download and which combines detailed information on city features with Flikr photos, animated tour guides and a places of interest search engine etc. Limitation – not that many maps as yet, and performance could be better. But once it’s fully populated it will be an awesome resource for travellers. They’ll need to make it mobile phone friendly at some point too.


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