Since its initial launch in early 2005, YouTube has really taken over the multimedia aspect of the web. With over 100 million users each month, equating to 1/5 of the world’s internet users, it is clear that YouTube is the place to broadcast your content to an already-established audience.

They’ve recently launched a new online video editor that allows any YouTube user to create mashups and montages of their existing videos. In this article, I’ll be detailing the process of how to use this, as well as voicing my opinions on the whole process in general.


In a new age of online solutions, it didn’t take long for a diverse range of internet entrepreneurs to target one of the most common problems for almost every computer user; hard drive failure. Suddenly, someone had the idea of allowing people to backup their files in the cloud and the rest is history.

I’ve brought together the best revolutionary new apps that allow you to store your precious files in the cloud and (in some cases) even share them with others! You can find them after the fold.


We’ve reviewed several apps for online document storage and editing but our options for easy document embedding and publishing has been limited. So, we bring you our review of Scribd, an easy way to publish, socialize and embed your documents.

Read on to see what Scribd can do for you.


Music mixing and editing apps for the desktop cost dearly and is a huge stumbling block for those who are testing the waters & to those bootstrapped garage bands. Thanks to Aviary’s music creator, Roc, now anyone can create music and beats completely from scratch and right from within their browser.

By simulating almost 50 different instruments, from orchestral instruments like harps and flutes to more obscure instruments like the balarimba and hammered dulcimer, Aviary’s music creator is quite feature rich. We’ll take a look at Aviary’s newest app after the jump.

Not long ago we ran a giveaway including four very popular web apps with the entry requirement of letting us know what apps you would like to see in future giveaways. Of the many apps requested, Dropbox was, by far, the most requested. When inquiring about people’s favorite internet integrated apps, not surprisingly Dropbox is a huge leader.

Dropbox seems to be one of the most popular apps among our readers and many others around the web, so we contacted the Dropbox team and they’ve generously offered $100 in credit to be given away to one lucky reader. In addition to a $100 in Dropbox credit, we bring you 15 tips and tricks for making the most of this killer web app!

Read on for giveaway details and great Dropbox tips and tricks.


IdeaScale is a place where a user submits an idea, others vote on the ideas submitted by others and the best idea gets bubbled up. In this way you can ensure that you are in close relationship with your customers. IdeaScale is used by all types of organizations ranging from government agencies to non-profits; essentially companies of all sizes.

We’ll take a quick peek at getting your IdeaScale community setup.


Thanks to Adobe Flash, there is no dearth of online casual gaming apps these days. Right from growing vegetables and feeding fish to washing dishes, there is a game for everyone in the longtail. Multiplayer games with friends and family can be so much fun.

Today we’ll check out how much fun Tanki Online, a tank-based shooter, can be.


Despite being a controversial subject, guns can protect us when in danger. Being small, portable and extremely profitable in gray market sales, guns are always vulnerable to theft. Then there are those natural disasters that can bring the house down. In such scenarios, we must have the details of the gun handy so that law enforcement can track it before falling into the wrong hands.

GunWallet securely stores your gun information in the cloud. We’ll take a look at how GunWallet can help to recover the monetary value of your guns from the insurance company if it is not recovered.


When you’re running a business, there often comes a point where you realise that it really is hard to keep track of everything yourself and run a successful business at the same time. Of course, you could employ someone to take care of this but, if you lack sufficient funding, things get hard. Enter, Skylight.

Skylight aims to bring everything you’re going to ever need to manage your business easily in the cloud and shove it all into one powerful application. In this review, I will be looking at just some of the many vital features Skylight brings to the table. Find out more after the fold.


Any software project is going to need issue and bug tracking. The bigger the project, the more the developers and the larger the userbase, the more critical it gets to keep tabs on what issues are outstanding, what features are in the pipeline, what schedules you are keeping and what is urgent. (more…)

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