Stacy's Weekly Mashup: The OLPC Wiki, Liveplasma, ShrimkMyTunes, Sclipo, and Doc 2PDF Online...

Find out what's hot this week in Web 2.0 sites and services, blogs, video, wallpaper, geek news and more! Highlights in this week's mashup of links include The OLPC Wiki, Liveplasma, ShrimkMyTunes, Sclipo, and Doc 2PDF Online. Got your clicking finger ready?
Published: Nov 15, 2007
Author: Stacy Reed

Web 2.0 Sites:

  • 5min Life Videopia - Share your knowledge and watch short video solutions for practical questions
  • The OLPC Wiki - Home to collaborative notes about the One Laptop per Child project and related projects and communities
  • Sclipo - A social utility for sharing knowledge and skills through video and webcam
  • Foodio54 - Browse restaurant reviews by location
  • Liveplasma - broaden your cultural horizons
  • ShrinkMyTunes - Get 4x more music on your mp3 player by shrinking your tunes
  • Versionate - Share and organize your content
  • GameTap - Play complete PC, console and arcade games on your PC or Mac
  • myImager - An online image editor with dozens of tools and filters
  • You convert it - Convert and send media files format (documents, images, audio & video) without buying or installing anything

Freeware Feature of the Week: Doc 2PDF Online - Upload your document or image and convert to PDF

Wallpaper of the Week: Architectural Wonders

The Week in Geek News:

Flickr Image of the Week: by jade c

Top Blog Picks:

Article of the Week: 10 things we hate about laptops - Computerworld

Art Site of the Week: Splashup - Multiple image editor directly in your browser allows you create, discover and share art and photos online

Video of the Week: Tracking Fingers with the Wii Remote

Geek Tip: This week's tip from Firefox Tweak Guide explains how to Clear Private Data in Firefox. Basically it allows you to quickly remove a range of personal data from the browser in one go. Aside from accessing it from within the Firefox Options, you can also access it on your Firefox menu, under Tools>'Clear Private Data', or by clicking CTRL+SHIFT+DEL together. If you use this function often, untick the 'Ask me before clearing private data' box. Now whenever you use the menu option or press the keyboard shortcut for this function, it will occur instantly without asking you to confirm any options. If you want to automatically clear relevant private data each time you close Firefox, that too is possible if the 'Always clear my private data when I close Firefox' option is ticked in the Firefox Options screen.

Well, that wraps it up, folks! If you're wondering where you can find more articles like this, the archive of past mashups is posted here. Keep the links coming, everyone! My thanks goes out to the number of people who have dropped me a line to share their favorite sites over the past week. Do you know of a great site that's worth sharing? Do you have any comments or suggestions? I'd love to hear from you! Just send an email to sreed@tucows.com and say hello!

About Stacy Reed

Stacy Reed is Tucows' resident software librarian and editor. She has been reviewing PC and mobile software as well as web services for over a decade. Helping developers improve and promote their products is only one of her areas of expertise. Stacy is also an advocate for Open Source, Creative Commons and freeware, taking special interest in educational resources, social media, cloud sharing, and mobile technology.

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