Articles tagged with web-services
Following my review of a few web annotation apps, here is a more in-depth look at Denote.
I recently had occasion to “annotate” a website. I thought surely someone had built the perfect tool for this, but while there are several available, none of them is perfect yet.
A new online form creation service, Formstack, takes the top honors amongst 5 I’ve tried so far.
TeuxDeux is a simple, attractive online to-do list.
The website www.wordle.net generates cool word clouds based on text you give it.
Install the Readability bookmarklet to transform any article into a single, ad- and distraction-free column of readable text.
A couple of handy tools that will search domain names for specific keywords.
This post provides more detail about some of the information you can get about “Your site on the web” from Google’s Webmasters Tools: Top search queries, Links to your site, Keywords, and Internal links.
In addition to its extremely complete Analytics web statistics package, Google also provides a set of tools for webmasters to track broken links, keep track of sitemaps, and more.
I came across a really useful and well-designed site today, which should make the process of diagnosing browser bugs with clients a whole lot easier.
A quick review of
three four options for building and distributing online surveys: SurveyMonkey, Survs, Icebrrg, Wufoo, and Formstack.
A comparison of two services you can use to create a quick poll: PollDaddy, and PollAuthority.
Ever wonder what that awesome font is in your favorite magazine’s headlines? Find out with What The Font?
As I recently mentioned in my newsletter, social bookmarking sites allow you to store your bookmarks online, share them with others, and find new sites of interest to you. But with so many out there, which do you use? In this article I describe a few of the top contenders.
There are a lot of services that allow you to send email newsletters to a mailing list, and in this article I evaluate three.
A tip for managing those ginormous urls.
Feedburner is a RSS-related service recently bought by Google. I did some research recently, and signed up for an account to find out what it was all about.