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Namebirdie Makes Name-Changing a Breeze!

Posted By Tech on Oct 22, 2008 at 9:00AM

Recently married and stressing about the whole name-changing process? Well there's this awesome new site called namebirdie that will walk you through all the steps to change your maiden name to your new married name online!

It costs $25, but for this small fee, it will save you the hassle of finding all of the forms to fill out online, and you won't need to get a lawyer.

All you have to do is fill out the necessary forms, print and sign them, mail the forms away, and voila, your name will legally be changed! Love that!

Website of the Day: Stuff That's Left Behind

Posted By Tech on Oct 9, 2008 at 9:00AM

You know all those items and trinkets you find lying around your apartment when a relationship ends? Like boxers, old Valentine's Day cards, pictures, etc? Well there's a website — you knew it was coming — called Stuff That's Left Behind where you can post all these buried treasures for the rest of the world to see. The site encourages people to leave a story to go along with the photo, like if your boyfriend gave you a promise ring right before he broke up with you to date your best friend, or if your high school sweetheart painted a picture of the two of you for your three month anniversary. . . stuff like that. The stories are priceless!

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Website of the Day: SideTaker

Posted By Tech on Oct 3, 2008 at 2:00PM

I can't decide if SideTaker is cruel and petty or brilliant and practical, but I'll give it this: It's freaking entertaining.

On SideTaker, couples come in and write their two sides of a fight and why they think they're right.

In place of a good old standoff at home or a session on the couch at couples' therapy, the anonymous users of SideTaker vote for who's right and leave comments supporting the side they're on.

I don't think I could air my fights on a website, but for those of you who do, keep truckin'. I love hearing stories like how his refusal to flush the toilet to save money is tearing them apart.


Website of the Day: Postcard FM

Posted By Tech on Sep 26, 2008 at 2:05PM

Standard e-cards are pretty generic, while Someecards can be clever but too snarky — and neither of them is what you really want to send to people: personal. Postcard FM is more than personal — it's crazy fun! You get to put together any picture and any song (just upload each file), slap in a message and an email address, and your recipients get a custom card!

I'm thinking "your song" with a cute picture would be a nice coupley or BFF card to send, but I'm also a fan of mixing kitten pics with hip-hop songs.

To learn how to post your favorite websites to our Website of the Day group, read more

Website of the Day: Inkubook

Posted By Tech on Sep 16, 2008 at 2:45PM

Even though all those photo-hosting sites make it really easy for me to upload and share my photos with friends and family, it really doesn't help me stave off complaints from my grandparents. Since they still subscribe to the old-school photo album ways of the past (which is totally appropriate — they are in their 80s!), I can't help but feel guilty that they can't hop online and check out the pics from my latest cross-country adventure.

So instead of printing out photo after photo (and wasting money on photo paper, ink, or printing fees), why not take the best of your photos and make them into a glossy, hardbound, and professional-looking photo book? Mac users can always use iPhoto's quick and easy printing service, but for the rest of us there's Inkubook.

How does Inkubook work? To find out, just read more

Website of the Day: Muse

Posted By Tech on Sep 2, 2008 at 1:00PM

You're getting married, and are tired of browsing the plethora of wedding websites out there, finding all the same ideas that get regurgitated over and over again. You want something fresh, new, and original for your big day.

If this sounds like you, you might want to check out Muse – a new social community where you can find and share tips, ideas, and experiences with other brides-to-be that are looking for something more than the run-of-the-mill wedding favor or cake design.

Not only can you bounce ideas off of other women who are getting ready to say "I Do," but you can plan your wedding from A to Z with the help of budget calculators, idea books, and calendars to keep you on track. Plus Muse's design is way cooler than any other that I've seen lately, so you'll feel right at home. Cause you're cool, too.

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Website of the Day: Karaoke Party

Posted By Tech on Aug 29, 2008 at 11:00AM

Why should people with fancy game consoles have all the American Idol-like fun? If what you really wanna do is sing then all you need is a microphone for your computer, a browser, and a strong set of pipes — and this fabulous website: Karaoke Party!

Karaoke Party challenges you to plug in your mic, pick a song, and then click "Sing." And then you, uh, sing. Belt your little heart out!

You can also compete against other users, so I'm off to go kill some people at Abba songs.

Website of the Day: Before I Die I Want To

Posted By Tech on Aug 28, 2008 at 11:03AM

Before we can kiss Polaroid cameras and their photos good-bye for good, an adorable website called Before I Die I Want To is honoring the beauty of Polaroid Pics by having people write down what they want to do before they die on Polaroid image of themselves. On the site, you can vertically scroll through submissions and even purchase the "Before I die I want to. . . " book which includes 111 of the portraits taken.

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Website of the Day: Photoshop Lady

Posted By Tech on Aug 20, 2008 at 9:01AM

Even a geek like me — who can photoshop a zit out like nobody's business — needs to outsource once in a while. For photoshop tips, that is. Incoming, Photoshop Lady!

The Photoshop Lady - she looks friendly, doesn't she? - aggregates photoshop tips from all over the Internet, and then compiles them in a very pleasing manner.

Scroll through her directory for quick tips (a seemingly endless supply) on how to make your photos look like sketches, paintings, and cartoons — just to get started!

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Website of the Day: youCharades

Posted By Tech on Aug 8, 2008 at 1:00PM

If there's a website with a game that can suck me in for more than five minutes, I know I've found a winner — and with youCharades, I had difficulty pulling myself away. youCharades is just like classic charades, only you can play alone, with your computer screen.

Of course, you're not really alone — dozens of users are constantly uploading new videos of a charades challenge for everyone else, and you can too!

Your level of involvement is up to you; guess what movie or book the users act out in their seconds-long videos, or get in there and act out your own challenges. Plus, you don't even have to use headphones since charades is silent, making it the ultimate convenient work time-waster!

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