Despite using the cliches "wide variety" and "unique" in the first, few seconds of the video intro (boooo!) - Issuu.com is a very useful and very free service to make your publications easier to navigate and share online.
I've been pushing for a CreComm app to view our students' magazine projects, but Issuu might be good enough for the time being, as evidenced by this cool magazine: Little White Lies.
Thanks to CreComm grad and Clark & Huot employee Mark Reimer for the tip.
Clip articles from the Web to read later, take pictures, type a note, take a screenshot. Then, place them in your Evernote account, where everything is processed, indexed, and made searchable for later - even handwritten notes.
I'm saving time already, just like my lady friend, Jill:
So many Web articles to read, so little time.
That's where Instapaper comes in. You simply visit the Instapaper website, drag a "read later" widget onto your Web browser, and save Web pages you want to - as the widget's name suggests - read later.
Then, you can read them on your iPhone using the free Instapaper app - not using any of the valuable megabytes in your Rogers data plan.
(Sorry: Rogers tells me that I'm a "heavy" data plan user, "even for people with iPhones." Translation: $$$$!)
A social-marketing bookmark website to "store, share, and discover" Web bookmarks and create a network of people with interests like yours: like Twitter for Web-page recommendations.
No, wait, come back! The site has "the largest collection of bookmarks in the universe" at 200 million and Wikipedia sez that it had over five-million users in 2008.
Don't forget Digg! There's always lots of hilarious stuff to enjoy.ReplyDelete
Digg too - though I thought that most people had already heard of it. Maybe not!ReplyDelete