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My image Team Crossword – created by Microsoft FUSE labs, is a way to group-solve crossword puzzles (though you can play individually too). Connect your Facebook account, log in and get started with any of the crossword puzzles listed on the site. You can also invite your friends to play the same crossword.

My image Junkyard Jumbotron – If you have a very large image and you want to cut it up and show it on many different displays, now you can with Junkyard Jumbotron. It is a browser-based app that lets you join multiple screens (smartphones, tablets, laptops) into one big combined visual display. Read more: Junkyard Jumbotron: Join Multiple Screens Into One Big Virtual Screen
My image HelponClick – This web service lets you easily add a live chat to your website through an embeddable HTML code. You can customize the chat interface to a great degree. For instance you can decide whether to pop up the chat dialog immediately after somebody visits your website or after a few seconds have passed by. New chat notifications to you are delivered through a desktop client.Read more: HelponClick: Get A Live Chat For Your Site To Assist Visitors (10 Free Accounts)
My image Fat Booth – When it comes to beginning a new diet, we all procrastinate. Thinking that a ‘few extra pounds’ would not hurt, we keep on ignoring our diet plans. FatBooth is here to provide that extra bit of motivation we require to begin our diet plans. FatBooth is a free Android application that lets you visualize what you would look like with a ‘few extra pounds.’ Read more: FatBooth: See How You Would Look Fat [Android]
My image Tiki-Toki – Presenting with timelines is a great way to tell a story or narrate how things changed or evolved. It makes stories more powerful and puts things in perspective. Tiki-Toki is a simple web app for generating interactive timelines from your browser. Sign up takes less than a minute, where you can instantly start uploading your photos and videos and then map them to a specific date. Read more: Tiki-Toki: Create Seamless & Interactive Timelines

 

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  1. Ourscompany
    May 19, 2011 at 7:23 am

     I like most Fat Booth and the concept really help me to generate some new design concepts. I like to share that i am web designer and i like to say the collection you demonstrate above are really great.

    - Matt

  2. Cell Travis
    May 19, 2011 at 5:31 am

    Tiki-Toki looks like a cool website to generate timelines. Preceden and Dipity are two other sites that let you do the same (generate timelines, that is).

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