Tuesday, February 27, 2007



Treemo is a company that allows you to bring all of your media online in one centralized location.

Text Block Writer

Text Block Writer
Text Block Writer is meant to act as a "virtual index card" program for writers. It is for people who use index cards when organizing their writing. Once you´re ready your file can be exported to an rtf file readable by most word processors.
Be sure and check back at the website often for the latest updates.

Requires Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 or above.

Monday, February 26, 2007


Create clips of Web sites and share them with others.
Click this toolbar button; then click and drag to "clip" a section of a Web page. Then save and share your clips, with tags that you define, on Clipmarks' site. You can also use the applet to print a selected portion of a page.
Why I Use Clipmarks Quote of the Day
"Clipmarks enables me for the first time to collect just what I really want to save."


Really simple file sharing with YouBackItUp

YouBackItUp is a great way to share large files with friends. YouBackItUp has employed a really neat drag-and-drop interface that makes it dead simple for anyone (read nontech-savvy people) to use. Instead of hitting a browse button and fishing through your hard drive to find the file, you can just drag the original right onto the interface, and it takes care of the rest.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

FileBox eXtender


FileBox enhances Windows by adding several advanced functions to the standard Open File and Save File dialog boxes. (Note that if a program uses its own "private" dialog boxes for these functions, you won't see our FileBox buttons, sorry.)

FileBox adds two handy buttons to these standard dialogs. These appear on the right side of the Windows dialog box title bars. These buttons appear next to the minimize, restore, and maximize buttons with which you're probably already familiar.

FileBox can also forcibly resize the standard Windows file management dialog boxes so they're bigger, and thus easier to use if you've got lots of files in a folder through which you need to look. The two pictures below show a small part of the Windows standard Open File dialog box:

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Saturday, February 17, 2007


Make the avatar say whatever you type. Loads of voices and many languages

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Gmail Tips

Welcome to "Gmail Tips: The Complete Collection"

Here you will find all the Gmail Tips posted to GmailTips.com. I hope they help you in your continued use of Gmail!
Note that his is an archive of Tips and articles written since May, 2004. As such, specific features, issues, and opinions many have since been changed, updated, or corrected. In the near future, I will try to indicate on each affected article or Tip where changes may have occurred, and where later Tips preempt previous Tips. Until then, just sit back and enjoy the read!
News update: More Tips Added!

13-Jul-2006 Well, it's been a busy year at JimsTips.com, so after far too long, I've updated this page to include all of the Gmail Tips that appear on JimsTips.com. I'll be adding more soon!

AND see even more tips at JIMS SITE

The 46 Best ever Freeware Utilities

The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities

There are a lot of great freeware products out there. Many are as good or even better than their commercial alternatives. This list features Gizmo's  personal pick of the "best of the best."


Welcome to your new home for iPod Tutorials

Brought to you by ifixipodsfast.com, this website is compiled of helpful information and informative tutorials that will assist you in getting your iPod running once again!

These tutorials are free and hosted by ifixipodsfast.com. We encourage you to post links to these videos on your blogs, eBay auctions, as well as share the videos with your friends! You can even join our facebook group Need your iPod Fixed? or check us out on myspace.com and add us as your friend to help spread the word!

Monday, February 05, 2007

Blinkx It

Blinkx,  is announcing a new widget called 'Blinkx It' that crawls your blog or Web site to deliver contextual video content. Think of it as Google Ad Sense with videos and no advertising.

What is  cool is Blinkx's embeddable video preview 'walls.' These let you group together several pieces of video content in one embedded array. Clicking any of the motion thumbnails will take you to the site where the video is located.

Sunday, February 04, 2007


Common Sense Security

This site is designed to give an overview of what we can do to keep our computers safer and more secure while we are on the Internet. I have known the owner (Mark Rider) for a long time and confirm that his site is secure AND gives out some very useful advice. I can  recommend it highly.