Geek Girl Link Love!

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Posted 05 Oct 2008 in Geek Girl

Geek GirlThese are some great sites I’ve come across in the past few weeks. I wanted to share them with you!

Some of these websites are helpful, some are funny, but all are definitely bookmarkable and worthy of a visit.

  • 5 Must-Bookmark Websites for Emergencies is a list from Aibek of MakeUseOf. Aibek makes sure that you know about these 5 websites that can save your life, or at least get you the help you need to deal with an emergency a lot better!
  • I just got a new cell phone, an HTC Mogul, so when I found Pocket PC Freeware, I danced in my computer chair! All of the software offered is FREE and the programs range from games to productivity software and everything in between.
  • Have you ever wanted to send a friend a great photo from your vacation, but don’t want to send an impersonal email? Use Hazel Mail and send them a postcard using your photo for about $1.50, no matter where you send a postcard in the world!
  • Loretta, my friend at Gadget Girl Accessories, is having a fabulous contest this month, featuring three great prizes and easy and fast ways to enter! Visit Gadget Girl Accessories to find out more about the contest and read more about neat gadgets that will help you maintain your ‘geek’ status!
  • Logobama is a place for you to create your own custom Barack Obama logo and use it wherever you want. Upload your design to the site or download one of the many user-submitted logos available!
  • Yes! Another free web-based text messaging service. textReminders offers a free account, so you can input your friends’ numbers once, and forget about typing them in each time you visit the site!
  • If you need a website and are pressed for time or money, check out Webon, a full-featured service offering free web hosting, web design templates and website builders.
  • RT at Untwisted Vortex introduced The UV SEO Series, a great series of posts that define search engine optimization and how to use SEO for your website or blog in easy to understand language.
  • Any geek worth his or her weight in gold uses URL shortening services – here’s a Firefox add-on to help you create short URLs even faster. Spedr enables you to create short URLs by clicking an icon in URL bar.
  • Read your Gmail wihout ever touching your mouse! Sounded hard to me, but this easy tutorial had me quickly on the road to going mouseless for my Gmail reading.

Do you have any links that you want to share with us? Leave the link in the comments!


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