I used to post a short review on the new sites I dicover every week till December. I stopped posting it since I joined Twitter in January and then Twitter became a place for me to share these amazing websites. But I will continue posting them on my blog from today. I will be posting 3-5 websites/blogs/posts I discover every week on Sunday. If I don’t, remind me by shooting me an email 😉 (P.S I’m not being paid for this, but you can order a review for you website by visting my Advertising page)
Today’s site lets you create fake pictures, signboards, and even a fake magazine cover with your photo on it! The process is simple: Choose your activity; upload a photo or choose from an existing template; write your caption.
Voila! Your custom-made image is ready to be downloaded. Alternatively, you can even post it to your blog, social network, or photo-sharing site. Good for a few laughs…
Need a fast, no-frills image hosting site? Today’s resource offers an easy way to share images online: Upload your picture, generate a link and pass it on. No registrations, no photo editing, no ads – just no fuss!
Fliggo makes it easy to create your own video-sharing page.After registering, users have to choose a title, a site name (such as sensonize.fliggo.com), and the type of video-sharing site you plan on having (open for all, an invitation-only video blog for friends, etc). And that’s all there is to it! Once you’re done, send out invites to start sharing those holiday clips.
By Mohnish On December 9, 2008 2 Comments
Todayâ€™s resource is meant for those who love Photoshop. The site houses and showcases some of the best photo-imaging tutorials that are explained in an approachable, and easy to understand manner. Whatâ€™s more, itâ€™s got some awesome freebies in terms of brushes and textures that you can use in your own digital work.
No Photoshop? No worries. Todayâ€™s resource is an online photo-editing tool that lets you resize, crop and rotate your pictures.
You can even colour-correct the images, add text and other snazzy effects to your photos.
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By Mohnish On December 2, 2008 No Comments
Ive been extremely LAZY for posting website of the week. It was WOD(Website of the day) before but now Ive changed it to WOW(Websites of the week). In this category I will share website(s) and articles with everyone which I have discovered/liked in the past week 🙂 So WOW from 1st – 7th December are as follows:
Some of the sites featured here in the past to help you convert and download YouTube videos to a format of your choice have been discontinued, or are reporting various problems. So hereâ€™s a new portal to save your favourite videos to your PC. Simply post the video link, select the format of your choice (MPG, MOV, DVD, MP4, 3GP, MP3, WAV, FLV), and click the â€˜convertâ€™ button. The free resource will soon let you download the movie clip.
Itâ€™s a common situation in offices: You have got a PDF file, you need to convert it to an MS-Word file, and thereâ€™s no software installed on the PC to do the job.
Head over to todayâ€™s site, where all you have to do is select your .pdf file and click the â€˜Convert and Downloadâ€™ button to get it in the .doc format. Quick and easy!
SuzanneFranco.com Review 101 on Infectedbybugs.com
I loved the review posted by Shannon. It is a PERFECT detailed review which every blogger would love to hear from a blogging pro like Shannon 😉 Shannon review SuzanneFranco.com from tip to toe… he covered each and every point in a clean and decent way, which I loved.
Thats it for the week guys, ill post more next week 😉 To get your sites listed for next weeks WOW post them below as comments 🙂 If I like them, they will be here next week! 😀
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By Mohnish On October 30, 2008 No Comments
Hereâ€™s a handy tool for those who often share YouTube videos. Suppose you want to share a video with a friend, but the interesting part comes only half-way through the clip.
With TubeChop, you can simply select and cut the desired section of the movie, and send it across to friends for their viewing pleasure. Neat, eh?
By Mohnish On September 22, 2008 No Comments
Todayâ€™s site, updated almost daily, offers a large collection of free-to-download desktop wallpapers. Whatâ€™s more, it sorts them out to make your decision easier: you can choose by resolution, rating, monitor setup, etc. And yes, thereâ€™s even an option for mobile wallpapers. All in all, itâ€™s a cool resource for giving your desktop a new look regularly.