The current web offers a lot of ways to share with others — your thoughts, photos, videos and career history can all be attractively displayed with one tool or another. And when it comes to sharing what makes your creative juices bubble over, Ember leads the way.
And we’ve got 5 Pro memberships to give away. Welcome to Day 4 of our Christmas giveaway.
Update: Wow — that was a lot of tweets today folks. Thanks to everyone for pitching in once again. And a big congratulations to our five winners:
- Matt Vickers
- Eli Prenten
- Behold This
- Jeanne Schaser
- Molly J
Enjoy your Pro membership to Ember for 2010! Everyone else, fear not. The giving keeps on keeping on — check back in for the weekend as well.
Many of us get inspiration from one digital media or another. The intent behind Ember is to help you share those sources of creativity — whether it be screenshots or an entire webpage, photos or illustrations.
Similar to Flickr, Ember is based upon the concept of community.
Our Review of Ember
Not too long after launching Web.AppStorm, I reviewed this application. My thoughts on it are summed up here:
Whether you simply want a place to store the web pages and images that inspire you or if you want to share them with the rest of the world, Ember can meet your needs. It has enough functionality to compete with other image sharing services, yet the interface is simplistic and doesn’t get in the way.
There are a few other good applications in this category, but Ember is at the top of the pile.
How to Enter
@webappstorm @emberapp Share the love — I’d like a Pro account!
The winners will be announced at the end of the day!
And a big congratulations to our winners from Day 3 — enjoy tracking your time and sending invoices with Less Time Spent guys.
And Over at Mac.AppStorm: Forklift
Don’t forget to check out what’s going on over at Mac.AppStorm! Today they’re giving away a few copies of Forklift.
Forklift is a great FTP application for the Mac, allowing you to easily transfer files to and from remote servers. The default Forklift interface feels familiar for those who have used a file transfer tool before.
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