Friday, December 26, 2008

How an old phone can make money at Fonebank

 How an old phone can make money

Old mobiles

It is unlikely that the global recession has completely dampened people's enthusiasm for new gadgets this Christmas.

But for cash-strapped consumers with a shiny new mobile in their
hands, there is a way of making money from their old, unwanted

According to mobile phone trade-in website FoneBank, only 20%
of UK consumers are recycling their mobiles but those that do can
recycle their old mobiles for cash.

During November Fonebank sent out £200,000 worth of cheques,
with an average per person of £50, although an iPhone can raise
much more.

"One of the most popular ones traded in during October was Nokia's N95 which can raise £102 for the owner," said Mr Tagg.

"People recycling their phones make a bit of money and feel they
are doing the right thing. The whole process takes three minutes online
and then they just have to stick their phone in a jiffy bag," he added.

This year Fonebank has teamed up with Oxfam to donate a minimum
of 10% of the value of the phone to aid the charity's work in the
developing world.

Other charities, including Age Concern and the British Red Cross, are also offering people the chance to donate phones.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

U.S. pilot was ordered to shoot down UFO

U.S. pilot was ordered to shoot down UFO

By Peter Griffiths

LONDON (Reuters) - Two U.S. fighter planes were scrambled and
ordered to shoot down an unidentified flying object (UFO) over the
English countryside during the Cold War, according to secret files made
public on Monday.

One pilot said he was seconds away from firing 24 rockets at the
object, which moved erratically and gave a radar reading like "a flying
aircraft carrier."

The pilot, Milton Torres, now 77 and living in Miami, said it spent
periods motionless in the sky before reaching estimated speeds of more
than 7,600 mph.

After the alert, a shadowy figure told Torres he must never talk
about the incident and he duly kept silent for more than 30 years.

His story was among dozens of UFO sightings in defense ministry files released at the National Archives in London.

In a written account, Torres described how he scrambled his F-86 D
Sabre jet in calm weather from the Royal Air Force base at Manston,
Kent in May 1957.

"I was only a lieutenant and very much aware of the gravity of the
situation. I felt very much like a one-legged man in an ass-kicking
contest," he said.

"The order came to fire a salvo of rockets at the UFO. The authentication was valid and I selected 24 rockets.

"I had a lock-on that had the proportions of a flying aircraft
carrier," he added. "The larger the airplane, the easier the lock-on.
This blip almost locked itself."

At the last moment, the object disappeared from the radar screen and the high-speed chase was called off.

He returned to base and was debriefed the next day by an unnamed man who "looked like a well-dressed IBM salesman."

"He threatened me with a national security breach if I breathed a word about it to anyone," he said.

The documents contain no official explanation for the incident,
which came at a time of heightened tension between the West and the
Soviet Union. Planes were on constant stand-by at British bases for a
possible Soviet attack.

The files blame other UFO sightings on weather balloons, clouds or
normal aircraft. Torres said he had been waiting 50 years for an

"I shall never forget it," he told the Times. "On that night I was
ordered to open fire even before I had taken off. That had never
happened before."

UFO expert David Clarke said the sighting may have been part of a
secret U.S. project to create phantom aircraft on radar screens to test
Soviet air defenses.

"Perhaps what this pilot had seen was some kind of experiment in
electronic warfare or maybe it was a UFO," he said. "Something very
unusual happened."

The files are online at:

Monday, December 22, 2008

YouTube lets you turn videos into greeting cards

YouTube lets you turn videos into greeting cards

For the second year, YouTube
on Friday unveiled a holiday feature that lets users create hosted
video cards to send to friends and family. Users can select this option
from any YouTube video, or from a special page that houses selected community videos and links to a user's own clips.

There's also an option to make a more personalized greeting straight
from a connected Webcam. For now, only one video can be attached to a
given greeting card.

When users are finished picking a video for use in a greeting card,
they can choose from a handful of themes that house the video player,
then add up to 230 characters of text and send the complete card to up
to 25 e-mail recipients.

According to YouTube's company blog, more than a million of these greetings were sent out last year, before the feature disappeared in January.

Most Popular How-To Features of 2008 via Lifehacker

Sunday, December 21, 2008



thanks to Jacquie Lawson

Click on The Match the
Dogs Puzzle


 This is pretty neat and





the Dogs

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Zamzar (online video converter)
gets my vote as the best choice for online video converters. All the
online solutions work in about the same fashion. They all have ads on
the pages. They all upload your file to their server,
allow you to choose an output format, and then provide a way to get
your file when the process completes. One particularly handy feature of
Zamzar is the ability to grab a video from a URL and convert, so if you
upload videos to a directory or find something on YouTube, you can
covert the videos without downloading them to your computer first. Limitations for the free version of Zamzar are 100MB file sizes and no more than 5 concurrent conversions.

Saturday, December 13, 2008

Online onscreen virtual multilingual keyboard, From any pc everywhere

Online onscreen virtual multilingual keyboard

Write in your own language wherever you are in the world, with an online onscreen keyboard emulator.
main purpose of this site is to let everyone who gets stuck without the
ability to write/type/search the internet in their own language be able
to do just that . usually travelers/tourists or anyone in front of a
foreign computer.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Do more with e‑mailed photos using Windows Live Mail

Do more with e‑mailed photos using Windows Live Mail

photos from Windows Photo Gallery works just fine, but it sends the
photos as attachments that the recipient must click individually to
open, which makes it tough to browse the photos all at once.

Picture of a photo attachment in an e‑mail message
Photo attached to an e‑mail message

present resized photos in the message, you can use a feature in
Windows Live Mail called Photo e‑mail. You can download
Windows Live Mail for free online at the Microsoft website for Windows Live.

Picture of a Photo e‑mail in Windows Live Mail
Send a Photo e‑mail using Windows Live Mail

can quickly send e‑mails of photos in a variety of size and layout
styles with Photo e‑mail. You can autocorrect and rotate photos; add
effects, such as borders; add captions; and include any text in the
e‑mail that you want to send.

If you create a Photo e‑mail while
signed in to Windows Live Mail using a Windows Live ID,
there's an added bonus: the option for recipients to view the photos as
a slide show hosted by the Windows Live Spaces website. The people
you send e‑mail to can view larger versions of the photos if they want
to, and they can also download the larger versions at their
leisure—all without them having to enter any user name or
password to view the pictures. Plus, there’s no uploading or
managing by you—you get the benefit of posting photos online to a
website without any of the fuss.

If you already have a
MSN Hotmail, MSN Messenger, or Microsoft Passport
account, you've already got a Windows Live account. You can go
online to sign in now with your current account information to start
using Windows Live. If you don't have a Windows Live ID, you
can get one online at the Microsoft website for Windows Live.

To use Photo e‑mail


Open Windows Live Mail.


Click the arrow next to the New button, and then click Photo e‑mail.


In the Add Photos
dialog, browse to the folder containing the photos you want to include,
click the picture that you want to send in e‑mail, and then click Add. To select more than one item, hold down the CTRL key while you click the items that you want to select.


Keep adding photos until you are done, and then click Done.


On the toolbar, click Layout,
and then choose how you want the e‑mail message to look and how large
you want the images in the message to be. The larger the images, the
larger the file will be.

Picture of the photo layout option in Windows Live Mail
Configure the layout of the Photo e‑mail message

If you create a Photo e‑mail while signed in to Windows Live Mail using a Windows Live ID, on the toolbar, click Photos. Choose the resolution of the photos that are uploaded to the Windows Live Spaces website when you click Send.
The resolution you choose determines the quality of the photos when
viewed as a slide show, but it doesn’t affect the size of the
e‑mail message itself. For example, you can send small thumbnails in
the e‑mail, but upload large versions that people can view (and
download) if they want to.

Picture showing upload options in Windows Live Mail
Choose the resolution of the uploaded images

the e‑mail addresses of the recipients, type a subject, and write a
brief message. When you have finished composing the e mail message,
click Send.

Viewing a slide show

your friends and family receive your Photo e‑mail, they’ll see
the photos in the layout and size that you chose. That alone is great,
but if you created the Photo e‑mail while signed in to
Windows Live Mail using a Windows Live ID, they can also view
the photos presented as a slide show, and then download larger versions
of the images if they choose to do so.

Picture showing a slide show link in a Photo e‑mail message
Play a slide show from the Photo e‑mail message

When they click Play slideshow,
a Windows Live Spaces website opens up that displays the images in
sequential order. The recipient can vary the speed at which the photos
display, download the larger picture from the website, and view
larger-resolution versions of the file.

Picture of the slide show controls
Change the viewing speed or download a higher-resolution picture

Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Wishing you all a Happy Holiday Season.

Wishing you all a Happy Holiday Season. And of course a Healthy New Year!!

Click here: Santa's

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Why is it the new way to keep a diary? is the new place to publish, share and discuss your thoughts,
plans, pictures, videos or web pages you love with chosen groups of
people or individuals. These can be snippets of written thoughts, a
picture shared from a public event, or a fun video discovered on the
web. gives you a private diary just for you and allows you to
create shared diaries, which solves the problem of everyone seeing your
activity by allowing only an individual or invited groups of people to

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

2008's First Christmas Joke

2008's First
Christmas Joke

Three men died on
Christmas Eve and were met by Saint Peter at the
pearly gates.

"In honor of this holy
season" Saint Peter said,  "You must each
possess something that symbolizes Christmas to
get into heaven."

The first man fumbled
through his pockets and pulled out a lighter. He
flicked it on. "It represents a candle", he

"You may pass through the pearly
gates" Saint Peter said.

The second
man reached into his pocket and pulled out a set
of keys. He shook them and said, "They're

Saint Peter said "You may pass
through the pearly gates".

The third man
started searching desperately through his
pockets and  finally pulled out a pair of
women's panties.

St. Peter looked at the
man with a raised eyebrow and asked, "And
just what do those symbolize?"

man replied, "These are Carols."

And So
The Christmas Season


Monday, November 24, 2008

Ford Motor Plant in Brazil

One look at this and you
will be able to tell why there will probably never be another
one built in the USA or Canada.

Ford Motor Plant in Brazil

It will also point out
why more assembly plants will go offshore.

and…… pay
attention to the last few words.  It says a

Jumpcut - Free online video editing and sharing

Jumpcut - Free online video editing and sharing

Yahoo's Jumpcut show some potential. Jumpcut
supports editing photos and video together. You can add titles and
audio. A limited set of effects and transitions are available. For most
basic edits, you can get a pretty decent looking video with Jumpcut.
Would I trade my desktop video editor for Jumpcut? No. But if I had a
video I wanted to post online Jumpcut could definitely get the job done

Kantaris Media Player

Kantaris Media Player

Without the need for downloading countless codecs, Kantaris Media Player
can play almost anything you can throw at it - AVI, MPEG, MGEG-AVC,
WMV, MOV, MKV, QuickTime, Matroska, DivX, Xvid, H264, MP3, WMA, OGG
files, and more. It can also play DVDs and audio CDs. The player also
displays some of the most beautiful music visualizations ever seen. All
this is completely free.

It is based on code from Videolan client (VLC) and Bass audio library. The graphical user interface is similar to that of Windows Media Player. [Discovered via Major Geeks]

[8.83M ] [Win95/98/Me/XP/Vista] [FREE]

Friday, November 21, 2008

Audio and video with Gmail .

Audio and video with Gmail

I have Gmail, like many of you do. Over the past months, Google has
been adding handy scripts to enhance the experience. Just the other
day, they added the possibility for you to do live video chat with your
friends. All you need is a Webcam, and the small download to install from Google.

Thursday, November 20, 2008


Every Computer should have this program loaded.

I have had it on mine now since its start date and it has helped me to keep away from harmful sights and links.


About SiteAdvisor

SiteAdvisor was founded in April 2005 by a group of MIT engineers who
wanted to make the Web safer for their family and friends. Having spent
one too many holiday breaks trying to clean a mess of spam, adware, and
spyware from our families' computers, we decided to take action.

We realized there was a gaping hole in existing Web security
products. While traditional security companies had gotten relatively
good at addressing technical threats like viruses, they were failing to
prevent a new breed of "social engineering" tricks like spyware
infections, identity theft scams, and sites which send excessive

To address this challenge, we built a system of automated testers
which continually patrol the Web to browse sites, download files, and
enter information on sign-up forms. We document all these results and
supplement them with feedback from our users, comments from Web site
owners, and analysis from our own employees.

Our easy to use software for Internet Explorer and Firefox
summarizes our safety results into intuitive red, yellow and green
ratings to help Web users stay safe as they search, browse and transact
online. Our goal is to pioneer a new approach to Web safety and make
the Internet safer for everyone.

On April 5, 2006 we announced that we were acquired by McAfee, Inc.
Teaming with McAfee will give us greatly expanded worldwide reach,
access to McAfee's leading security technology, and greater resources
to accelerate feature development for our many users.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Live Mesh

Live Mesh

Microsoft has announced plans to offer a sophisticated "cloud" operating
system, currently code named Azure, in 2009. But you don't have to wait that
long to experience the cloud in limited form. Windows Live Mesh is a device
synchronization and cloud storage platform that's already available in public
beta, and you can sign up HERE
Live Mesh is based on the Mesh Operating Environment (MOE) and you can run it
on Vista, XP, Windows Mobile or Mac OS X. Rather than providing server-based
productivity applications (at this time, at least), it allows you to connect
via Remote Desktop to any of your systems from anywhere and run the apps that
are installed there. It does include cloud-based data storage on the Live
Desktop, where you can place data in folders that you access through a Web

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Tidy Favorites

A New Breakthrough in Working with Bookmarks

Tidy Favorites is a next-generation program that makes working with bookmarks safer, faster and
easier. Intuitively designed and fully customizable to suit your exact needs, Tidy
Favorites sets a new standard with dozens of exclusive features:

- Find websites instantly by viewing easy-to-recognize thumbnail images

- Open, copy, delete and update bookmarks in a single click

- Drag and drop to resize and rearrange bookmark thumbnails

- Add temporary links to a "stack" keeping your Tidy Favorites looking tidy

- Search through any website in seconds using a Command Line

- Use the same list of bookmarks in every browser - IE, Firefox, Opera, etc.

See the Video and download from here

Saturday, November 08, 2008

Tux Paint

Tux Paint

is a free, award-winning
drawing program for children ages 3 to 12 (for example, preschool and
K-6 in the US, key stages 1 & 2 in the UK).
It combines an easy-to-use interface, fun sound effects, and an
encouraging cartoon mascot who guides children as they use the program.

Kids are presented with a blank canvas and a variety of drawing tools to help them be creative.
(See the full list of features.)

jacksonpollock Go on Try your hand


Go on Try your hand at being a Jackson Pollock Press left mouse button to change colours


"The simplest way to search and find royalty free sounds"

Friday, November 07, 2008

Freeware: FxFoto

Serious Creativity Made Simple

Created by graphics pros with decades of experience,
FxFoto has over one million users worldwide. 
FxFoto's editing and layout capabilities rival or surpass
programs like Photoshop Elements™. 
Yet FxFoto is much easier to learn and use. 
Plus it's backed by our industry-leading support,
with real people

providing real answers.

Organize Your Photos

FxFoto's unique user interface allows you to instantly browse and locate
all your photos in a single scrolling window. 
Find your photos fast the visual way.

  • Organize your photos by folder.
  • View all photos in the convenient scrolling pane.
  • Easy Timeline with one-click access to all photo folders.
  • Open and collapse folders to view one at a time.
  • Search and sort photos by assigned keywords or dates.
  • Move photos between topics or reorder by dragging them.
  • Combine photos into encapsulated collages and shows.
  • Archive photos to CD for safe keeping or to save space.
  • Media Edition can securely lock folders with passwords.

FxFoto automatically imports photos from virtually all digital cameras. 
Just connect the camera, press Import and choose the photos you want. 
Or import from CD-ROM, camera memory cards and other devices.


Wednesday, November 05, 2008

UK's biggest ever property competition

Great Ormond StreetHospital Children's Charity has teamed up with London
property developers MIA Developments Ltd to launch WinALondonPad - the biggest free prize
draw in the UK.
The competition is aiming to raise enough money to fund the construction of

a purpose built four bed ward in the Cardiac Daycare unit.

Great Ormond Street Hospital has established one of the largest paediatric heart-lung

transplant centres in the world, and was the first centre in the world to
replace pulmonary heart valves without open heart surgery.

However, the world class cardiac and respiratory team have

to work in some of the most difficult and cramped facilities in the hospital.

A strategic priority for the hospital is the creation of a new Heart and Lung
Centre for children, on which the four bed ward will be located.

The new ward will be used by children who are admitted to have essential
same-day heart procedures or investigations. They will be using the beds prior
to their procedures as well as during their recovery period immediately after.

Every year Great Ormond Street receives more than 150,000 patient

visits from the youngest, most vulnerable and seriously ill children in the UK and overseas
- over 40 per cent are under three years old and over 60 per cent require
intensive care or have high-dependency needs.
Tickets for the competition - backed by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's
Charity - will go on sale on Wednesday October 29th this year with MIA Developments aiming to donate
£600,000 to the world famous charity to re-develop the hospital's cardiac ward.
The face of the campaign, one of Britain's most popular celebrities,
will be announced when the competition launches.
Visit to
When entrants purchase a 4GB MP4 player for £60 complete with full warranty,

they receive free entry into the prize draw. Entrants have a one in 200,000
chance of winning - and never having to work again.
Limited to 200,000 tickets available at,
the winner will scoop an entire development consisting of eleven luxury serviced
apartments worth in excess of £8 million.

York House on Myrdle Street
in E1, London
is a block of 11 service apartments that is undergoing refurbishment works. It
contains two one-bed apartments and nine two-bed apartments, all with Italian
design kitchens with stone worktops, hard wood floors, remote control lighting,
jacuzzi baths and en-suite to master bedrooms and steam rooms.

York House is situated close to the Square mile and is conveniently placed

for getting around London. The
development is a short walk from Aldgate and Aldgate East stations while the
Docklands Light Railway at nearby Tower Gateway provides easy access to Canary Wharf,
The Docklands and City

Nearby Aldgate East and Tower Hill tube stations put you minutes away from

dozens of London's favorite destinations: Houses
of Parliament, Buckingham
Palace, The London Eye,
Tate Modern, Oxford Street,
King's Road, Regent's Park, and Madame Tussauds.

The Thames side Queen's Walk, the Tower

of London, Tower Bridge
and the shops and marina at St Katharine Docks are also close by.

The total rental that can be achieved on the block will be in excess of

£500,000 a year.

The winner will be given full financial advice on how to manage the property or
you could sell it.

Thnks to The Move Channel for this info.

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Google to let users test new Gmail features

Google will invite users to try new features the company is considering adding to its Gmail service, the company said Thursday.

At 6 p.m. PDT Thursday, users will be able to select from 13 new features in a "labs" tab in the Gmail settings page, "The idea is you can do whatever you want, get it out to tens of
millions of people, and get feedback," Coleman said. And popular
features will be incorporated into Gmail proper

Monday, October 27, 2008



Bookgoo is a handy resource for students and web enthusiasts alike. it
makes it easy to write papers and get immediate feedback as well as

Bookgoo allows you to highlight and annotate your documents in the same
way you would mark up a piece of paper with a highlighter and pen!

Take the


Saturday, October 25, 2008

You only need One home page

That you only need One home page is not exactly true. Firstly for those who do not have a home page or do not know what one is, lets just say that  its ONE site that opens when you open your Browser and it contains links to all the other sites that you use on a regular basis. My own Favourite is called Only2Clicks and I have been using it now since it first came online. I WILL keep it as my Favourite tool for reaching other sites, however there is now a new kid on the block called Symbaloo and after playing round with it I am going to use it in conjunction with Only2Clicks just in case one of the sites goes offline for whatever reason.
Try them out for yourselves.You  will not be dissapointed.

PS You can get the sites to open WITH your browser by going to the tools menu then options.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

OpenOffice 3:

OpenOffice 3


After using OpenOffice's MS Word analog, Writer, all day, I can confirm
that this update is worth it for the improvement in response and load
times, if nothing else. The installation is still enormous, with an
installer about 130MB for Windows users and 160MB for Mac, but the
installation process is smoother. From start to finish,

Sunday, October 05, 2008

SUMO Paint, Online painter

SUMO Paint

As time goes on, more and more applications that we used to think could only belong on the desktop have made the jump online and opened up a world of possibilities for everyone

 For example, many of us are familiar with the program Paint on Windows, but an online alternative called SUMO Paint does what Paint does and a whole lot more.
I’m not an artist by any means, but even I can have fun with SUMO Paint,

Thursday, October 02, 2008




Everything is a search engine for Windows that replaces the normal
Windows search with a much faster one. Unlike Windows search,
Everything initially displays every file and folder on your computer.
You can type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are
displayed. Everything only uses file and folder names and generally
takes a few seconds to build its database. 1,000,000 files will take
about 1 minute.

Version adds -search command line option, improved status of servers under the tool menu, and other fixes.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

CCleaner 2.12.660

Download CCleaner 2.12.660
CCleaner 2.12.660

CCleaner (formerly Crap Cleaner) is a freeware system optimization and
privacy tool. It removes unused and temporary files from your system -
allowing Windows to run faster, more efficiently and giving you more
hard disk space. The best part is that it's fast! (normally taking less
than a second to run) and Free.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

MyFolia online Gardening Site

MyFolia is free site dedicated to the art and science of gardening - from tracking and documenting your own plants to
discovering gardeners all over the world experiencing the same dilemmas and joys as you.


We like to think that here at MyFolia we are encouraging the magical nature of serendipity
- "the effect by which one accidentally discovers something fortunate,
especially while looking for something else entirely." (thanks

Folia is a garden tracking community

  1. Find out who is growing the same things you are
  2. Organise and track your gardening adventures
  3. Find gardening buddies for support, chat and swaps!

Saturday, September 06, 2008

Picasa 3.0 photo-editing software.

PicasaThe easy way to find, edit, and share your photos

Google wants to help you put a name to that face.

With a face recognition feature , Google's Picasa Web Albums will help users label their photos with the names of subjects. That and other changes to the photo-sharing site are joined by a new beta version of the accompanying Picasa 3.0 photo-editing software.

See what's new in Picasa 3

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Google Chrome

Google Chrome (BETA) for Windows

Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated
technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.

Learn about Google Chrome »

Monday, September 01, 2008

Virtual desktops

This app is a simple solution for creating up to 4 virtual desktops
for Windows. Virtual desktops come in handy because it can get
confusing when you have many application windows open simultaneously.
With a virtual desktop, you can give each application function its own
space. Put your email client on one desktop, your Web browser on
another desktop, your photo editor on a third desktop and your favorite
game on the fourth. I find it really handy for keeping interruptive
instant messenger windows from getting in the way of whatever I'm
doing. Desktops also separates taskbar items by desktop, making it
easier to get to the screen you want. Clicking the icon in the system
tray provides a visual of all four desktops (shown below) or you can
simply use Win+1,2,3 ,or 4 to switch between them. Desktops isn't a
replacement for having two monitors but it goes a long way to reducing
clutter on your desktop. [Windows XP/Vista $0.00]

Desktop virtualization

Monday, August 25, 2008

Funny Italian English

You might have read this joke, but this one, you need to turn on the speakers, so laugh all the way..

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Windows SteadyState


Keep your shared access computers running smoothly with Windows SteadyState

Upgrade today!
Windows SteadyState Version 2.5 is now available with Windows Vista Support

Get SteadyState now

Are you ready to download Windows SteadyState for your genuine Windows XP or Windows Vista computer? There's no charge. Download it now, or look around and learn more.

Wednesday, August 06, 2008




MeGlobe™ was built to diminish language barriers from online
communication. Our free web client lets you type in your own language,
but sends a translated version, in near real time, specific to the
native tongue of whomever you are chatting with. With MeGlobe™
there is no such thing as 'lost in translation.'

Signing up is quick, easy and FREE. Just click on "Signup,"
give us some basic info and you're ready to start chatting with people
all over the world. No downloads are required, you don't need to
install anything and you can use MeGlobe™ from any computer with
a browser and Internet connection.

We live in a highly connected global village. Isn't it time we take
language out of the equation so we can talk to our neighbors?

Dumpr (Photo manipulation)

Dumpr is where you create marvellous photos to share with your friends

Select an effect then upload photo from your computer then save,email,print or blog it


concept of Jing is the always-ready program that instantly captures and
shares images and video…from your computer to anywhere.

Try it, you’ll like it. It's free.

Apture (Multimedia to your Website/Blog)

Bloggers: Add multimedia to your Website with one click

Apture is a new platform that let's you embed rich multimedia into your website with just one line of code.

Installation consists of adding one line of code to your blog, so if you can do that, then you’re set.

Monday, August 04, 2008


Search, find and listen to Radios.

the music you like and the content you want. Become a fan. Post
comments. Be part of the Radionomy community.
Download and customize
our player. And much more...
Create your own radio, it's free !
Share your music or your content

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Nine very interesting minutes!!

OK NOW for a bit of science

  • Interesting talk by renowned physicist Michio Kaku on extra-terrestrial
    intelligence and physics. Nine very interesting minutes!!

  • Friday, August 01, 2008


    Luminotes is a WYSIWYG personal wiki notebook for organizing your notes and ideas.
    You don't have to use any special markup codes or install any software. You
    simply start


  • Gather all of your ideas into one place.

  • Easily link together related concepts.

  • As simple to use as index cards.

  • "What I love most about Luminotes is the simplicity of it.
    Maybe I have a touch of ADD, but I get so distracted with other products and
    all the gadgets, bells, and whistles they offer. I spend more time fiddling
    with the features than actually working. Luminotes, for me, recreates the old
    index card method we all used for term papers in high school."