Im sick, ive missed two days off college and i have to go in because I have a sociology test tomorrow :(.
Though i may just miss it ;). Anyway onto more intersting things:
Web Designer Relaunced and web 2.0 sites
Well Web designer magazine came through the post yesterday. I had forgotten that the magazine even exited due to all the problems with the publisher (Higubury). So i read it and i wasn’t that impressed with it, though it id have an interesting article about web 2.0, it included an interview with Sam Schillace, one of the co-founders of Writely, which i found somewhat interesting.
In the article though it did feature a few sites that are using web 2.0 technologies. These are Box.net – an online file storage system, which allows you to store your files from documents to music online. It will cost you but there is a free package, i got this from the site:
Free Online Storage Access important files from any computer Share photos, and files too big for email Synchronize and backup folders Sub-accounts and RSS feeds for groups 1GB for free or 5GB for only $4.99/mo
It definetly worth a look, ill be cheking that out in the future sometime.
Next one was protopage, a pplace containg a wide variety of information, i got this from the website:
Protopage = personalized news + sticky notes + photos
+ email + weather + bookmarks, all on one page.
I had a lot of fun with this site just moving stuff around on the home page.
Then there was remember the milk.com, i got this fromt he website:
Achieve Domestic Bliss.
Never forget the milk (or anything else) again.
Remember The Milk is the easiest and best way to manage your to-do lists online. Here are just a few of the reasons why it’s so cool:
- Features galore.
- Sharing, publishing, notes… we’ve got it all.
- Get reminded.
- Receive reminders via email, instant messenger, and SMS.
- It’s free.
Hard to believe, we know, but it’s true.
They’re all web based and free, so have fun.