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My image Djtxt – While hosting a party you do not want to play music that your guests do not like. A simple solution would be to put their favorite songs in the playlist. This is easily accomplished by a service called djtxt. It is a simple online service that helps your guest collaboratively create a good party music list via text messages. The first step is to add the djtxt bookmarklet to your browser’s bookmarks toolbar. Read more: Djtxt: Let Your Guests Create Good Party Music Lists via SMS

My image Delicious To Google Bookmarks – is a free web service that lets you export your Delicious bookmarks to your Chrome bookmarks. All you do is sign in with your Delicious account. Next you select the Delicious bookmarks to be exported. With the exporting process complete, your selected Delicious bookmarks are added to your Google bookmarks list. Read more: Delicious To Google Bookmarks: Export Delicious Bookmarks To Google Bookmarks
My image Timtim – If you are fond of coloring books, then you should check out Timtim. This websites offers a large database of drawings that you can draw on and color for free. You can search for an image from the collection, then work on a new drawing that you can share to the public. Read more: Timtim: Database Of Free Drawings, Cartoons & Cliparts
My image Menae – If your site is popular, it has great potential for success. Instead of individually conducting various tests on different websites, all you have to do now is visit Menae and get a single popularity score based on various web popularity tests. All you do is enter a site URL and various popularity tests are conducted on it. The site’s stats are all ranked on a 10-point scale.
My image Tubesnack – Do you want to embed a video player with a playlist on your blog or site? If you are planning to type up the required code, then I have some great news for you: all the time spent on typing up the code can now be saved simply by using TubeSnack, a web service that provides a free embeddable video player for your blog or site. Read more: Tubesnack: Free Embeddable Video Player For Your Site

 

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  1. laboratory
    March 3, 2011 at 6:28 pm

    Djtxt - two problems with this idea. 1) What if our friends like different kind of music? The party will end in blood bath:) - 2) What if our fieds like exactly the same music? - our party will end up with the same 5 songs on the loop:)

    SiteScore - interesting tool. The whole score is based on the five simple ideas, that are so obvious that it's embarrassing that i haven't thought of that. One problem why if we have 5 score points - each with 10 points as maximum the finall score is measured with 0/100 scale???

    Cheers.

    • Aibek
      March 4, 2011 at 12:21 pm

      In regards to SiteScore, they probably simply multiply the overall score by two and show it as perecntage of 100. It'easier to grasp 30/100 than 15/50. :-)

  2. laboratory
    March 3, 2011 at 7:28 pm

    Djtxt - two problems with this idea. 1) What if our friends like different kind of music? The party will end in blood bath:) - 2) What if our fieds like exactly the same music? - our party will end up with the same 5 songs on the loop:)

    SiteScore - interesting tool. The whole score is based on the five simple ideas, that are so obvious that it's embarrassing that i haven't thought of that. One problem why if we have 5 score points - each with 10 points as maximum the finall score is measured with 0/100 scale???

    Cheers.

  3. Elvin
    March 2, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    i think google just introduced the "import delicious bookmarks" into google.com/bookmarks. :)

  4. Elvin
    March 2, 2011 at 11:04 am

    i think google just introduced the "import delicious bookmarks" into google.com/bookmarks. :)

    • Aibek
      March 4, 2011 at 12:16 pm

      thaks for heads up

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