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Picanswers

Friday, March 7th, 2008

Picanswers

I’ve always heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” But this Web site is twisting it up into, “A picture is worth a thousand answers.” That’s right, this site lets you post pictures that may be baffling you so that you can get some answers about them!

Like most Web sites nowadays, you have to register to use it, but don’t worry, it’s really easy!… Continue reading

Kill Dead Pixel

Friday, March 7th, 2008

Kill Dead Pixel

Do you have an LCD monitor that has a dead pixel somewhere on the screen? Those drive me crazy! But that won’t be happening anymore, because now, there’s something you can do to fix it! It isn’t a guaranteed fix, but it’s definitely worth a shot, right?

Just drag the image over to the dead pixel and leave it there for an hour. The image will… Continue reading

Sharing is Giving

Friday, March 7th, 2008

Sharing is Giving

I am so excited to be bringing you this Web site! I love the concept of freecycling and I love that this is in an easy to use format. Not only does it have listings for those of you in the U.S., but it also has listings for Canada and International.

They have three very simple rules that each group must follow:

1.) All items offered… Continue reading

DTV Answers

Friday, March 7th, 2008

DTV Answers

Are you aware that in 2009, all television sets will have to be digital in order to watch TV? I didn’t until I saw a commercial about it, but as soon as I heard, I went to hunt down some answers!

I have all sorts of questions about it. For starters, will my TV automatically convert or do I need a converter box? How do I tell… Continue reading

RosterBot

Friday, February 29th, 2008

RosterBot

When you first see this Web site, you’ll probably think it’s rather bare. There’s just a log in field and a Sign Up button. RosterBot is a more refined version of the meeting site I brought you a few days ago. Here you will be able to enter the e-mail address of your team, enter in the date of your event and RosterBot will then go to work… Continue reading

Control C

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Control C

Have you ever wanted to share data you’ve found on a larger scale? You know, perhaps a funny image or link you found recently. Or, maybe you need some information you copied earlier from an e-mail or a Web page and now you can’t find it. Well, now you can with Control C! Control C is a Web site where, once you’re registered, you can download their… Continue reading

miVitals

Friday, February 29th, 2008

miVitals

Your health is very important and now, you can keep track of it with miVitals! The miVitals core program is free to you, as long as you register to use it.

I fully recommend that you read through the FAQ and About sections before signing up. Make sure this is something you are really actively concerned about and that it’s something you’re willing to devote your time to.… Continue reading

Tonebee

Friday, February 29th, 2008

Tonebee

So, you have a great mobile phone, but you can’t find a ringtone you like. Well, fret no more, because now you can make your very own ringtones! In order for this to work, your phone just has to be able to play MP3s. Plus, it’s absolutely free! To get started, you just need to register.

Registration is really easy! All you need to do is fill out… Continue reading

RemindTRON

Friday, February 29th, 2008

RemindTRON

I hit the jackpot with this easy to use reminder service! It is extremely flexible, you’re not locked into a certain date or time and you just fill it out and go!

Step 1 – This is where you fill out the message. Here’s where you would put what you want to be reminded about. Not only that, but you have the option of a word processor right… Continue reading

Better Nutrition: 10 Foods to Fight Inflammation

Did you know that what you eat can contribute to helping your immune system fight inflammation? What you eat can also fight against your body, if you have certain conditions. To learn more about both of those things, be sure to read the introduction to the food lists.

The first food list is a listing of foods that work against the… Continue reading

Daylight Saving Time

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Daylight Saving Time

This past year, Daylight Saving Time changed for those of us living in the U.S., so I thought I’d write up this Web site to give everyone a heads up. Here you will find time change information for the European Union, as well as, other places all around the world.

We’re used to changing our clocks in April, but this year, it will be on… Continue reading

Mosio

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Mosio

This is an interesting Web site where you use your mobile phone to ask questions and get answers! It’s free to join, but I’m guessing regular text message rates will apply.

To sign up, you need a username, password, your mobile phone number, your mobile carrier and your e-mail address. I read over their Terms and Agreement and they take security very seriously, as well as, correct information… Continue reading

Photo Soup

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Photo Soup

A long time ago, I wrote an article on the photo Web site of Flickr and now, I’m bringing you Photo Soup, which uses the pictures you have on Flickr to make word puzzles! You don’t have to have a Flickr account to play, but if you do, you can use your gallery to generate your own puzzle.

How does it work? Well, I found… Continue reading

Meet-o-Matic

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

Meet-o-Matic

This is an awesome way to set up meetings, whether for work or if you need to get a study group together. Or, even if you just want to hang out with your friends! So, how does it work?

Well, it’s pretty simple. You just fill out your meeting’s name, your name and e-mail address, select the date from the calendar and then click Go. You will then… Continue reading

Kids Health

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Kids Health

Welcome to Kids Health, a Web site that is separated into three parts so that everyone can get the most out of it! The sections are Parents, Kids and Teen.

Parents – In this section, the first thing you’ll notice is probably whatever is being featured at the moment. While I was there, it was the issue of cutting. To the right of the featured article, you’ll… Continue reading

The Tradition of Saint Valentine’s Day

Friday, February 15th, 2008

The Tradition of Saint Valentine’s Day

This Web site begins with some of the lore behind the start of the Valentine tradition. It is thought that the festivals that predated our modern day Valentine’s Day started in the third or fourth century BC. After the introductory, you’ll see a whole listing of Valentine’s Day facts. There are some very interesting things listed there, so make sure you check… Continue reading

Most Fun

Friday, February 15th, 2008

I love playing games like Mahjongg, Diner Dash and Luxor, but I have no real desire to shell out $20 a game for something I can only play once. Right now, I’m currently addicted to games where you have to hunt for items in a picture and drop puzzle games. The great news is, now I can play them as much as I want for free!

How does it work?… Continue reading

Subway Maps

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Subway Maps

On this Web site, you can find subway maps from all over the world! To get started, all you need to do is choose where in the world you’d like a map from. Your options to start with are: Europe, America, Australia, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Each one has its own drop down box, so you can choose the city’s subway you want a… Continue reading

Name Card Designer

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Name Card Designer

Welcome to Deyey (pronounced D-eye-y), the Web site where you can make name cards for free!

To get started, I recommend checking out the demo, which you can do by clicking the View Demo button located along the orange navigation strip. The demo walks you through the whole process, starting with designing your background, logo and adding your information.

To dive into your designing, start… Continue reading

Print Free Graph Paper

Friday, February 8th, 2008

Print Free Graph Paper

This Web site would have been so helpful to have when I was in school, especially considering that in the last two years of high school, I used graph paper for Math, Science and Economics. Now, not only is this site 100 percent free, but it is really easy to use. Let’s get started!

You start by choosing one of eight types of graph paper… Continue reading

Track My Shipments

Friday, February 8th, 2008

Track My Shipments

I originally hunted this Web site down for my roommate, but I thought you all might enjoy it as well. I like to tease her when she orders things online, because she stalks the tracking information like a fiend. I always ask her, “Is it here yet? Do you know if it’s here yet?” She gets very annoyed with me, but with this site, now she… Continue reading

World Taximeter

Friday, February 8th, 2008

World Taximeter

For those of you who either live internationally or travel internationally on a regular basis, I thought this would be a great Web site for you! I know I’d certainly use it if I were abroad and needed to have an idea of how much taxi fares were going to be.

Basically, this site will help you estimate how much your taxi fare will be. They boast… Continue reading

MailFreezr

Friday, February 8th, 2008

MailFreezr

Are you terrible at remembering important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries? Do you want to make sure your loved ones get a message from you on their special day, no matter what? Well, now you can through MailFreezr: a revolutionary Web site that freezes your messages until the date you choose to send them. When the day you’ve chosen rolls around, MailFreezr then sends your messages out.… Continue reading

Quit Meter

Friday, February 8th, 2008

Quit Meter

One of the best things my roommate ever did was quit smoking! So, to show her how much she has saved financially by quitting, I went searching for a calculator. And that’s when I found Quit Meter!

Not only can you find out how much you’ve saved, but you can also keep track of how long it has been since you quit and how many cigarettes you… Continue reading

Just Say Hi Quizzes

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Just Say Hi Quizzes

The quiz I’m bringing you today from Just Say Hi is called “How Many Colors Can You Name in Five Minutes?” It’s so much fun!

This quiz is truly a test of your recall abilities. To play, just start typing names of colors in the text box and hit Enter. There are 238 colors in total. When your time is up, a pop up box… Continue reading

Path to Health

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Path to Health

This is a very interesting health Web site! I suggest you start out by reading the preface to the newsletters, which you can find here or by clicking the “Please click here to read the instructions for proceeding to the Newsletters” link. Either way works!

Navigation is fairly straightforward. Just scroll down the page and click on the topic you would like… Continue reading

Story Online

Friday, February 1st, 2008

Story Online

Welcome to Story Online, a Web site where interesting children’s books are read by SAG (Screen Actor’s Guild) members. On the main page, you’ll find some featured stories. While I was there, those stories were:

Enemy Pie – read by Camryn Manheim
Romeow and Drooliet – read by Haylie Duff
White Socks Only – read by Amber Rose Tamblyn
When Pigasso Met Mootisse &ndash… Continue reading

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