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Cool Software and Websites: (All free unless stated otherwise)

  • eSnailer – send free postal letters to anywhere in the U.S.
  • Glubble – here is something for your little ones. Gubble is a free and impressive parental control suite for Firefox. It turns your browser into a locked environment where kids can only surf Gubble-approved sites.
  • l8r – service to compose and schedule future emails. “… many people use l8r to email their future selves and track personal goals.” (free account limited to 3 pending messages at a time). Alternatively, checkout FutureMail or Thunderbird’s Send Later 10 must-have Thunderbird Addons (+ 25 more) 10 must-have Thunderbird Addons (+ 25 more) Read More .
  • Phozi – simple service that lets you add some fun to your images.Share them with others on your profile (Myspace, Facebook, iGoogle, Xanga, etc.).
  • Plaxo – excellent web-based address book, Calendar and ToDo list service. Syncs with Microsoft (Hotmail, …), Google (Gmail, Gcal), Yahoo, AOL, the Mac, Thunderbird, and mobile phones.
  • Sk-rt – Digg-like news service for girls. ;-)
  • SocialPoster – handy configurable utility for submitting websites to multiple social networks and bookmarking sites all at once.
  • Yuntaa – online file storage, backup and sharing service. Features: file sharing, easy image/video/audio sharing, backup/restore services, sync. yuntaa-stored files with your desktop, and more. (Free account is restricted to 1GB of storage)

Cool Articles and Tips:

  1. Aibek
    July 12, 2007 at 12:26 am

    @ KC

    Thanks for the link. It's on one of my tabs now, will check it out shortly.

  2. kc
    July 11, 2007 at 10:58 pm

    I came across this really cool site the other day which is combining the whole idea of social networking with chat based technology.

    You create your own 'cybertwin', give it a personality and teach it to talk and behave like you. Other people can then chat to it 24hrs a day. You can even embed these twins into other social networking sites like Myspace and MSN. It's something different anyway and seems to be taking off. Something to look out for perhaps?

  3. Aibek
    July 9, 2007 at 12:53 pm

    I like it as well. It's my primary contact manager now.

  4. Gopinath
    July 9, 2007 at 3:46 am

    Plaxo is great!!

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