JotOnce (free, web, no sign up , no registration) is a quick and easy way to exchange messages with others, using password-protected, sharable notes. JotOnce is an ideal service because it’s both fast and secure. Creating a password-protected message is simpler than ever. Here is what you need to do - #1 Visit JotOnce #2 Select 'create new jot' from the top right corner. #3 Type and message (max length 4000). #4 On the left hand side see options where you can set Read Receipt (submit your email id), Authentication (Enter the last four digits of the recipient's phone number), Set Expiration from 10Read More
Say goodbye to extra pages which are mostly empty space except the banner ad and an URL at the bottom. You can generate PDF's that retain links and other formatting. Create a Print Friendly version of any webpage and save paper and ink. Get the Print Friendly Bookmarklet for your browser or Print Friendly button for your website or blog better than creating print.css files or print versions. PrintFriendly cleans and formats web pages for perfect print experience. PrintFriendly removes Ads, Navigation and web page junk, so you save paper and ink when you print. It's free and easy to use.Read More
MyCube, which is set to launch a UGC-focused social network in the coming months, has pulled together this infographic that collates how much is your user generated content worth.
BO.LT is a page sharing service that lets anyone grab virtually any page on the web and tweak it to make it more relevant to their audience. Use it to create readable, personalized URLs for the links you traffic on Twitter, Facebook, email, display ads, search ads, and anywhere else you use pages to get attention and motivate your audience. A hugely powerful copy/edit/share application for webpages named BO.LT. The idea is that you can BO.LT any page, customize the elements of it and then share it with others to get their feedback and thoughts. While that goal hasn’t changed,Read More
The web is filled with opportunities to humiliate yourself. You reply all with a scathing takedown of your boss; you post pictures on Facebook of a drunken night out and your mom starts to worry; you accidentally tweet a picture of your downstairs business to the internet at large. This simple tool helps you protect the privacy of your Weiner whenever possible. Internet Shame Insurance is a very simple Google Chrome extension (Windows, Mac, Linux, Google Chrome, free) that adds privacy reminders to Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail to help you avoid the most common online communication faux pas. The extension sitsRead More
Mindflash led by Donna Wells is a platform that allows businesses to train employees online. Geared towards non-technical users, Mindflash allows participants to upload and share training documents or videos on the web. They can even include quizzes and games to test employees’ comprehension of the content. Mindflash.com is the easiest and most effective way to deliver in-house training online. It saves trainers significant time and money by giving them the ability to create a multi-media, web-hosted course from existing training materials in minutes including quizzes to assess understanding and by fully automating the trainee invitation, tracking and reporting process. The platformRead More
AwayFind founded by San Francisco based Jared Goralnick is a web app that finds and delivers timely email messages. When a timely message arrives in your inbox, it sends an SMS, "push" notify you on your iPhone/Android, or even call, IM, DM (Twitter) or even delegate the message to someone you specify when you receive an urgent message. AwayFind determines timeliness from the following: #1 Rules - you can set senders, keywords, or other criteria for the messages you'd always like to be escalated. You can even tell AwayFind to only alert you if a person writes within the next few hours/days/weeks. #2Read More
A wonderful web app by ZURB named Chop, pure developers delight. It is a code review app created to allow designers or developers share snippets of code, along with annotations. Just paste your bit of code, choose the language and you will be presented with a well-formatted bit of code with syntax-highlighting depending on the language chosen. Head over to Chop and see for yourself, here is a screenshot of C++ code. Select a line or lines from the document and then add your note. See the screenshot below. Now you can share the URL(top header of the code) with your peersRead More