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My image [NO LONGER WORKS] PhotoRun – There are many ways to document your travels. You can take a video or a photo and post it in your album for your friends to see. You can also create animated slideshows if you want to be creative. One other unique way is by using PhotoRun. This simple web app lets you create animated walkthroughs from your photos and share them online.

My image CollabEdit – Sending documents back and forth through email is both time-consuming and inefficient. CollabEdit is a simple tool that lets you create text documents with real-time collaboration. Once you start a new document, simply send the URL to other participants and they will be able to work on it simultaneously. Read more: CollabEdit: Text Editor With Real Time Collaboration.
My image iCurrent – News aggregators like Google News are popular because not only do you get all the world’s news sources in one place, but they also allow you to customise what news appears on your page. Don’t like fashion or celebrity gossip? Then just filter it out and never see it again. iCurrent also follows this theme by allowing you to build your own news page which will ONLY show news that you WANT. Read more: iCurrent: Customize Your Own Online Newspaper.
My image Photo Masterclasses – If you have even a remote interest in capturing great wildlife photographs, this is one site you don’t want to miss. BBC Wildlife magazine has put together a collection of tips from their master photographers. Each issue is in the form of a PDF document and includes detailed tips with step-by-step guides. Read more: PhotoMasterClasses: Tips From BBC Wildlife Photographers.
My image LingoMatch – Given the increasing population diversity, every large city has thousands of people fluent in languages from all over the world. LingoMatch simply brings them together to learn a new language. Each member on LingoMatch indicates which language they are fluent in and which language they want to learn. Read more: LingoMatch: Find A Language Exchange Partner In Your Area.

 

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  1. radesix
    April 21, 2010 at 12:42 am

    Testing a disqus post where old posts previously exist.

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