Archives for “Internet”

Some of you may already know of services that offer spreadsheets online, like Num Sum, but you may want to consider giving iRows a try. ...


Building a portfolio is an excellent way to establish an online presence for yourself. Whether your a designer, photographer, fashion designer, or whatever it may ...


Sproutit has recently launched its new service, Mailroom. Mailroom is an email management solution built specifically for small businesses, but can work just as well ...


This is a follow-up post from my recent review of coComment, a blogging tool made to help you track comments at blogs you have commented ...


During the last week, I have been testing a new Instant Messaging service, called Mabber, currently an invite only beta. Mabber plays a little different ...


(Update: Look at the end of the review for a Greasemonkey script for coComment) (Update: View the follow-up post for a new Greasemonkey script.) Tracking comments that ...


Update: Ma.gnolia is now open to public. Enjoy! I've recently got a hold of an invite to the private beta for Ma.gnolia, a new social bookmarking ...


Are you a publisher, bookseller, or maybe an author? If so, you may have found it rather troublesome to get some real statistical data when ...


FeedButler is a new service that is related to services like Digg and Reddit, except it has an interesting spin to it. The service gets ...


Blogbeat is a new blog statistic tracking service that has just recently opened its doors to the public and seems quiet promising. I have been ...


JellyBarn is a new service that aims to help strengthen your online presence by creating free and private photo sharing communities for friends and family. ...


Google has just released the new Google Video Store tonight, what the Google Video Blog calls, "the first open video marketplace." Along with the addition ...


Platial is a new service, currently in beta, that utilizes Google Maps to allow users to add landmarks and share them with others. We have ...


Newsvine has just released 7,000 private beta invites and are beginning to open the gates. I have been actually been testing the service for a ...


Still looking for the right feed reader for you? I recently came across AlmondRocks, a new web-based feed reader. What I like about AlmondRocks is ...


Update (03/29/06): Diigo has had many updates since this review. Please stick around for a new review coming this week covering the many new Diigo ...


AJChat is a great and simple solution to create public chatrooms that utilizes Ajax to bring you real-time chatting. I have been testing around with ...


Performancing released a new Firefox extension today that lets the user blog directly from Firefox using their simple to use editor. I gave it a ...


PureVolume, a service created by Neubix of Unborn Media Inc., is my favorite source for music and has been since its initial release. It provided ...


Google has released a new feature embedded into normal search results that will provide a link to more details of a musical artist that lets ...


It's true! I saw word of del.icio.us being acquired from TechCrunch a few moments ago and couldn't believe it. Joshua wrote about it at the ...


A few weeks back, I was invited to a private beta to test a free service called, Rallypoint, a tool for working with web-based documents ...


This past week I have been beta testing the soon to release, Dabble DB. Dabble DB is a powerful web-based system that lets you store ...


A new web-based client named Gtalkr has been released just yesterday which gives you the ability to use Google Talk through any browser, anywhere. I ...


VisibleOffice announced the release of their new free service Gumshoo, an eBay search tool aimed at combating eBay fraud. eBay is a great place to ...