Archives for “Multimedia”

Released awhile ago, SnapPages is a flash powered interface that allows you to share your hobbies/interests, organize schedules, and socialize with friends. They have three ...


Social networks are sprouting across the internet faster than you can shake a stick at, however a social network for 3D artists is quite the ...


Footnote is an impressive resource which launched last week that allows users to access and annotate millions of historical documents online for the first time. ...


Viddler is a new video sharing site which launched last month offering a great set of features. You will be pleased to find that Viddler ...


Gaming. It's one of the most rapidly growing industries in this new technological era. From the core roots of its forefathers Pong, video games have ...


Finally, Part 3 of the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0” series is here. During the last few weeks I have researched ...


This is part two of the "Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0" series. In this article, I will cover web-based alternatives to ...


With the start of the new school year, many teachers and students are seeking new products and technologies to help them through their upcoming academics. ...


Popurls has quickly grown to be one of my favorite websites helping me keep track what's buzzing around the web. It's a simple site that ...


Adaptiveblue has recently launched the public beta of Blueorganizer, a Firefox extension designed to help you organize and bookmark content on the web. I've been ...


ZapZap is a new site built to aggregate channels of podcasts and video in a user-managed podcast episode directory. Although, calling it just a podcast ...


Have you ever listened to a podcast and wish that you were given a visual of whats being described or maybe receive a link to ...


Lately, I have been playing with a new service that actually allows anyone to upload video, mix videos together with audio, and then share them ...


I cannot help it, but I am surprised almost everyday with the movement of the web. The other day I have reviewed iRows, an online ...


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 ...


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 ...


Fruitcast is a new service that is not only great for advertisers, but podcasters as well. The founder of Fruitcast, James Archer of Forty Media, ...


I have been patiently waiting for my chance to get a look at the new service, FilmLoop. I received it a little while back and ...


BubbleShare is a new photo-sharing service that allows you to very easily create photo albums with no registration and then share them with anyone in ...


Just hours ago, I had posted about Yahoo! getting ready to launch their new service, Yahoo! Podcasts (thanks to TechCrunch). It has now been released ...


TechCrunch (his announcement) has just informed me that Yahoo! has just released a new service, Yahoo Podcasts, that is to be a directory of ...


The last few weeks we have seen amazing services released, many with a focus on turning your average desktop application into a web application. Or ...


Slawesome is a really... awesome service that actually lets you record your voice without the need of software and send it to someone so they ...


I usually don't get too thrilled about collection managers, but Listal has made me a pretty happy user. Listal is a new service that is ...