If you’re looking for some entertainment or perhaps to add a little spice to your life, you should definitely visit Make A Dare (MAD). As the name suggests, the site enables visitors to view, dare, vote and compete in the dare hilarity and madness.
How MAD works and what you’ll find after the jump.
HTML5 is still a developing technology and we’re barley beginning to see its capabilities in more advanced uses such as games. Though HTML5 isn’t even in its infancy yet, it’s beginning to emerge and here are 10 HTML5 games paving the way.
Edit: With the addition of an HTML5 version of Asteroids, submitted by Shkwav.
Of the many photo storage and sharing sites out there, few offer built in theming options and even fewer offer options for users novice to expert. For those looking to do more with their photos, this is an important feature to have available.
SmugMug, one of the best sites for storing, sharing and selling your photos, offers not only pre-built themes but options to easily customize your galleries and even expert options for custom coding. This how-to will walk through the customization process for both novice and expert users. Also, enter for your chance to win a SmugMug Pro account, worth $150!
Keeping track of accounting is an important task, and taking care of your books regularly can prevent your business from going under. Gone are the days when you have to hire a full time accountant or be at the mercy of a pricey chartered accountant.
With advent of web 2.0, there tons of web apps that make you an accounting wizard and FreeAgent is one among them. Does it really free you from the horrors of accounting? Let’s take a look.
We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in April. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.
Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before! Don’t forget, you can always keep track of the whole network via the AppStorm Dashboard.
We’d like to say a big thank you to March’s AppStorm sponsors, and the great software they create! If you’re interested in advertising, you can order a slot through BuySellAds.Adobe Business Catalyst – Business Catalyst is a hosted application for building and managing online businesses. Using their unified platform and without back-end coding, you can build everything from amazing websites to powerful online stores, beautiful brochure-ware sites to lead generation mini-sites. Paymo Time Tracker – Paymo is a time tracking and online invoicing tool that can be used online or on your desktop. Paymo offers you a clear picture of how time is spent in your organization. MailChimp – MailChimp is a free email marketing service to design, send, and track HTML email campaigns with their simple tools. Atmail – Atmail webmail system offers a webmail client, email server platform and mailserver appliance for Linux, Unix and Windows.
With as much technology news as there is, most of us are bound to miss lots of great information. While it would be impossible to cover everything that happens in a week, we would like to bring you a roundup of web app news you may have missed this week.
We find ourselves at crossroads or overwhelmed with choices more often than ever. With the world getting more social by the day, there are plenty of places where we can ask around before making a difficult choice.
There are already services like Yahoo Answers and Vark that help you tap the wisdom of the crowds when taking a decision. These apps are pretty great but they fall flat when you start asking iterative sub questions. Hunch claims that it can help you in such a predicament.
When you need to map out multiple addresses, it can be a bit of a pain, not to mention time consuming. An easy way to get all your addresses mapped into Google or Yahoo maps, is with BatchGeo. Using a spreadsheet of your location information, BatchGeo will do the rest, mapping each of your locations and allowing you to save, print or otherwise use the resulting map.
Let’s take a look at using BatchGeo.