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Reviews, Social Media Spool is an easy and stylish way of saving, reading, sharing, and syncing your favorite Web content such as images, videos, web pages, and articles. It’s a tool much like Read it Later, Instapaper, and Readability with the addition of direct sharing with friends and the ability to save videos (a feature some similar services do not offer). Spool is much like Read it Later and Instapaper because it lets you save items to view later or even ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media How do you keep up with conversations on Twitter? Since Twitter.com still does not support threaded conversations, it can be a real pain trying to keep up with replies and figuring out what they’re in response to. Personally, I really thought that Twitter would have rectified this situation by now, but sadly they haven’t. Fortunately, until something is done at least we can resort to third party tools, like Bonfire. Bonfire is a ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Have you had the change to use Google+ Hangouts yet? If not, is it because you can never catch anyone in a hangout? Hangout Canopy solves this problem by keeping you in the loop and letting you know about new public Hangouts around the clock. No longer do you have to wait for an invite or hope to find a cool Hangout going on from someone in your Google+ circles. All you have to do is keep an eye on the Hangout Canopy browser button and it will ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Gimme Bar is one of those tools that the more you play with it, the more useful you realize it is. It kind of reminds me of Amplify since it lets you grab parts of any Web page. However, Amplify is more social since it lets you share that content across the Web on numerous social networks. Gimme Bar is more about collecting parts of a Web page to tell a story or for private use, yet it has many useful features that make it very powerful and ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Pistashio calls itself a “social to-do list” because it lets you store items for later, but your items are also public and can be shared on your Twitter and Facebook. If you’re familiar with and/or use the service Springpad, then you’ll understand how Pistashio works. It offers many of the same features except without the notebook aspect of the service; instead you have a stash for your items. All-in-all, Pistashio is ...Continue reading
Reviews, Social Media Minus is a very simple and minimalistic online service with a focus on file sharing. A couple months ago, I briefly mentioned Minus in 7 Online Tools for Sharing Files Very Quickly as a tool that lets you quickly share files within 2 clicks. Since then, it appears that Minus has now evolved into a Dropbox-like tool with a desktop app for dragging and dropping files into the service – for storing and sharing. Best of all, when you sign up ...Continue reading
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