Convofy is a social network designed for your business. There was a feeling that businesses are not getting the value that they could be from social networking, and so the creators decided to build Convofy.
Really good domain name tools are, in my opinion, extremely hard to come by. Panabee has changed all that for me!
Panabee not only helps you to find a .com domain, but actually helps you brainstorm finding a good domain name by bringing in various elements including alternative endings, variation, related terms, and inspiration from other social media sources.
One thing that I love about the 8bit community is that there is a lot of knowledge, wisdom, and experience knocking around and I think that we have a great deal that we can learn from each other.
Therefore, today I come to you with a personal query, what do you think I should do about my music situation?
Looking to transfer files between your computer and your iPhone/iPod/iPad? Wanting to backup contacts, texts, voicemails etc?
Then look no further!
Today I wanted to take a screenshot of a very long webpage, and didn’t want to have to take multiple screenshots and fix them together in Photoshop!
Having used project management software quite a lot working with my team at my previous job, I can tell you on a personal level how important project management software is. For me, the most valuable thing about using project management software was streamlining communication which not only allowed more time for productivity but took the need for ghastly micro-management firmly out of the picture.
Whether you are a company or ministry, large or small, if you are dealing with teams and dealing with project management then some sort of software to help you is a must.
Tony Steward first brought this neat app to my attention and he says of Quickcursor:
As a writer and blogger I spend a lot of time writing in lots of different places. Word processors, websites, emails, project updates, etc. And all of these tools have different shortcuts, rules and looks to them.
Well, no app is a magic bullet, but Quickcursor is fairly close when it comes to giving you the ability to consistently write in the app you want regardless of tool or website. It does this by recognizing the text editors you have on your Mac and and enabling you to give them short cuts.
Then the next time you start to write, anywhere, in any app, even your browser, just hit the custom shortcut and you are now writing in that app.
I’m going to try it out because of Tony’s review – how about you?