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Miniclip Games Are Fun

16 Nov

Are you looking for some games while you wait? Have you explored Miniclip? The site features a huge range of free online games including action games, sports games, puzzle games, games for girls, mobile games, iPhone games, Android games, Windows Phone, games for kids, flash games and many more.

Crowd Signal

20 Oct

Find out what your visitors are thinking today. Create your surveys and polls using with Crowd Signal. Collect, organize and analyze data from a variety of sources, including social media and mobile. Try the platform and tell us what you think.

Tripit Travel App

11 Oct

TripIt helps you stay on top of your holiday travel plans. Organize your holiday itinerary in seconds. The app lets you share all your travel plans in one click. Get a snapshot of your upcoming trips, see what your network has been up to, and view your travel stats all in one place. Have you tried the app?


Free Online Games With Pogo

7 Oct

Looking for some free games? Discover games like Battleship ,Bingo Luau, Chess, Connect, Dominoes, Monopoly, Peggle Slots, Pogo™, Sudoku Postcards from Britain, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit Daily 20, Yahtzee, and many more at Pogo.

Pingly Connects Email, Text & Voice In One Place

26 Aug

Pingly is a communication hub. It kind of like email with chat. You can message or talk on one platform and manage your email, text & voice messages in the cloud. The app is available on iOS and Android. The software offers a free trial but then you can upgrade to a paid plan. A friend of mine tried it out and liked it.

Raise Money For Your Nonprofit

20 Feb

Are you a nonprofit trying to figure out how to properly build a community & fundraise? Flipcause is a fundraising and engagement platform for nonprofits that is recommended by many groups. I personally have not tried the platform but I hear it it works well. However, I discovered the group has a nice blog that provides information to help nonprofits plan better marketing and sales campaigns. Explore fundraising top tips and ways to run events like a pro.


Get Your Bing Points!

8 Nov

What if you could get free stuff for just searching online? With Bing you can earn points each time you search. Use Bing for searches and earn 1 credit for every 2 searches, up to a maximum of 10 credits per day. Complete the tasks in your Bing Rewards dashboard and earn even more points. If you invite friends to use Bing Rewards, you can earn 100 credits for each friend who reaches Silver status. It’s fun to search and earn prizes even if it’s not Google 🙂

Are you on Mastadon?

29 Oct

You just never know what the next big thing is, but sometimes you get a feeling that something will just become the next technology buzz. Mastadon is a social media project that is open to join like Twitter but it is decentralized like e-mail and Slack.

According to the site, “Mastodon is a network of independent servers joining up to make one larger social network. We call these servers instances.”

Features of Mastadon:

  • Write posts, upload images, change privacy settings, and add content warnings with the icons.
  • Use the search bar to find people and look at hashtags, such as #illustration and #introductions.
  • Open the timelines find new people. The public one shows posts from everyone on The federated timeline shows public posts from everyone who people on follow.

Check out Mastadon and tell us what you think!

Tool to Help Covert Measurements

28 Oct

How often do you need to convert a measurement from the American standard system to the metric system? Why hasn’t the United States adopted the metric system? It’s seen as a hassle because manufactures have to convert packaging. Governent would need to adjust road signs and citizens would need to get rid of old measurement tools. The list for metric conversion goes on and on. However, it would make sense from a global perspective. If you need to know how to convert inches to centimeters or gallons to liters, then check out Unit Converters site.

Here are some quick ways to convert from:

Countdown Your Next Meeting

5 Oct

How often do you need to time something at a meeting? Do you use a stop watch? Are you grabbing your phone and scrambling to find the timer? Recently I discovered an old school looking but functional online stop watch. It works well because you can pull it up in a browser and easily toggle the controls.