If you were looking tools for editing images or just to play a trick on a friend, search no more.
The below list of 30 sites for editing pics based on Web 2.0 will show you were to go to have some image fun.
1. Aviary Phoenix
5. SUMO Paint
18. Web Resizer
19. Online Image Editor
23. Fun Photo Box
26. Write On It
27. Photo 505
Today’s webapp is a fast and easy on-line tool for those non-English-speakers who are more and more adopting Twitter.
Twinslator translate a tweet into something other than your native tongue makes. This new tool uses Twitter and Google Translate.
Twitter recently announced that the company is about to change the way twitter users use the Retweet function.
According to the offical blog, “Proyect Retweet” as they call it, is in phase one. This could become on the biggest change to the micro-blogging service since it went mainstream.
The company explains: “Some of Twitter’s best features are emergent�people inventing simple but creative ways to share, discover, and communicate. One such convention is retweeting. When you want to call more attention to a particular tweet, you copy/paste it as your own, reference the original author with an @mention, and finally, indicate that it’s a retweet. The process works although it’s a bit cumbersome and not everyone knows about it.”
The solution it seems is to allow users to see retweets from people they follow, even if they don’t follow the person the being retweeted.The result should be that users will be opened to a wider audience of people, although those worried about getting information overload will be able to turn it off.
PortableApps provides portable versions of popular applications such as Firefox, OpenOffice, Pidgin, GIMP, VLC, and FileZilla.
By Portable I mean that you don’t need to install it but just unpack it in a drive and voila.
So PortableApps has issued recently a new beta version for their Platform 2.0 release Download here.
There are a few enhancements in the new version: switch themes, transparency -desing stuff, often-used apps movility o top of menu, and unistall funcionality.
Have you ever wonder where to find the correct photograph for a presentation or post? Well, Punto Geek has recently posted a great entry on the Top 10 Free Image Banks. Here you’ll find the suitable image to illustrate whatever you need. Some you’ll find they have watermarks but some dont. Hope you find it useful.
If you are very much like me, you like to follow instructions when don’t know how to install something or how to solve any problem you had with a gadget or device.
But then, after months or years of having that TV, Computer, iPod, etc. you find yourself looking for your users guide or manual, and just wondering if you throw it away or not, or whether your dog had an indigestion with that small booklet.
Today, it was brought to my attention this nice and smooth site. ManualsOnline is a complete site with full of this manuals and users guides for thousands of different gadgets, appliances, phones, etc, around the globe. Is easy to search and very user-friendly interface.
Try it out if you ever need to look at your manual. Hopefully, we don’t need to use it too soon.
Thanks to @Alyssa_Milano I got a chance to come across an amzing site full of new and incredible tools for us, the wicked twitter maniacs.
From, enhancing tools and trend search engines, trhu’ poll creators and organizers, this site has it all. Really, can’t mention you all, but just surf in it and you’ll see what I’m talking about.