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Taking pictures of every moment in life is the norm these days, now that we have cameras in our phones, laptops and other mobile devices—not to mention ever smaller dedicated point and shoot cameras. You share all those photos on Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and similar sites, but what about doing something more creative with them?

With Pixable, you can use photos uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or locally stored on your computer to create photo books, calendars and mosaics. Once you’ve created your photo masterpiece, you can even order high quality prints.

Pixable has offered to give ten of our readers a free 22 page 8×5.5″ photo album!

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The world of social media is generally hectic and always evolving faster than most people are capable of keeping up with. Twitter alone can be a challenge to manage, let along Facebook, LinkedIn or other networking sites. Most people use multiple social media networks, which means piles of emails, notifications or other distractions that clog up your productivity machine.

NutshellMail helps you get a grasp on your social media networks and the heaps of information that comes along with them. You’ll be able to get your productivity back to the well oiled and smoothly running machine it used to be (or should’ve been).

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Taking pictures of every moment in life is the norm these days, now that we have cameras in our phones, laptops and other mobile devices—not to mention ever smaller dedicated point and shoot cameras. You share all those photos on Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and similar sites, but what about doing something more creative with them?

With Pixable, you can use photos uploaded to sites like Flickr, Facebook or stored locally on your computer to create photo books, calendars and mosaics. Once you’ve created your photo masterpiece, you can even order high quality prints. Let’s take a quick look at the creative mosaic feature.

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Do you ever feel like your digital life has become rather… bloated? Between social media networks, instant messaging and email, it’s not uncommon for people to have 5-7 (or more) different services to check on a daily basis. In an ever increasing web-centric world, don’t expect this count to drop any time soon.

So what’s a guy or gal supposed to do around here to streamline some of this digital communications mess? Threadsy. It isn’t the answer to all your prayers… yet. Although, they’re definitely on the way towards being a usable solution to literally pull your digital communication streams together — all in one place.

Today I’m taking a look at the exciting, upcoming service — Threadsy.

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