Posts Tagged ‘tools’

Daytum Me!

Have you ever felt that there’s a whole world of quantifiable information that’s slipping through your fingers every day, never to be recaptured?  If the answer is yes, then have I got a website for you:  Daytum can help you collect and arrange whatever information you choose.  Would you like to keep track of how […]

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Get Your Mapcrunch On

I’ve found a fascinating site for geography enthusiasts everywhere… or just those in love with the random-on-demand nature of the web: go to Mapcrunch to see random Google map street views from around the world. It’s addicting to keep hitting that “Next” button and see a new panorama unfold before you. Keep in mind that […]

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My Friend Flickr

Groan. My apologies for the lame pun. There is a certain kind of person for whom the internet can be a dangerous thing. I admit, I’m one of them. There’s so much visual information out there that it’s sometimes difficult to avoid being sucked into the vortex. Here’s how you know you have a problem…

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Colors Across Cultures

Everyone associates red, the color of Valentine’s Day, with love… don’t we? Not if we’re Hindu, according to this visualization of Colours In Cultures. Eighty-four concepts and emotions from Anger to Wisdom are placed around a type of cultural color wheel, and placed along its spokes are ten cultures. If you want to see the […]

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Painted On An iPhone

Is this another reason to want an iPhone, or is it just another reason to have one’s head forever bowed over a piece of handheld technology?…

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My Favorite Font Joint

Need a logo for your business or a new look for your website or brochure? Myfonts is a great place to start poking around the world of fonts, even if you don’t know the difference between a dingbat and a descender. You can try out various fonts according to style and era by entering your […]

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Help Choosing Your Website’s Colors

Colorjack is a website I found recently that can kick-start your quest for the perfect color palette for your website. The opening page features a virtual swatch-wall — hover your mouse over each color to see palette options, or use one of the links on the page’s right-hand margin for more in-depth help. You can […]

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