There are plenty of holidays to celebrate this month and plenty of web apps to help you get in the holiday spirit. From fun to helpful, these applications can keep you amused and organized through the holiday season.
Managing a gift exchange can take a lot of work, especially if you’re trying to do a Secret Santa or otherwise keep some of the details quiet. Elfster can handle the hard work for your family, office or group.
Whether you need a quick card to entertain a friend or you’ve just always imagined your boss in an elf costume, you can upload photos to ElfYourself and create your own singing, dancing elves.
Who better to report Santa’s location as he delivers presents on Christmas Eve? NORAD lets you follow Santa’s path, as well as track Santa in Google Earth.
We’ve all got that relative who’s impossible to shop for. But Gifts.com has put together a tool to help you decide on a gift, based on your answers to a few questions about the recipient’s personality.
Advent has gone online with 24Ways’ advent calendar, perfect for a web geek. Each day of December, the site offers a new day’s worth of web design and development information.
American Greetings offers a holiday planner online that can automatically track your holiday schedule, remind you of tasks like sending out gifts and keep you from going crazy over the holidays.
While Gmail offer to mail out holiday post cards has expired, you can download six different designs from Gmail and send out the cards on your own.
Amazon will help you find the perfect gift for friends and family. If you’re shopping for someone with a wishlist, Amazon will make recommendations from it; otherwise, Amazon will make its own suggestions.
Need a coupon to make sure you get free shipping for all those holiday presents? Freeshipping.org offers coupons for more than 1,900 online stores and is planning the second annual Free Shipping Day for December 17th.
The holidays aren’t just about gifts — Yahoo has a special site just for this holiday season, allowing users to share stories of kindness and create happiness for the holiday season.
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Have a very, merry Christmas!