Archive for April, 2010

JibJab custom Mother’s Day greetings

April 30th, 2010

JibJab, the creators of some of the funniest custom web greetings, offers the most customizable Mother’s Day greetings on the web. More than 30 different greetings are available!

In most of the greetings you are able to upload photos (mainly face shots) to create funny, personalized greetings.

Check out JibJab Mother’s Day widgets

Facebook Activity Feed widget spawns Likebutton.me

April 25th, 2010

LikeButton.me sprouted up almost instantly after Facebook announced their bevy of new ‘social plugins’ last week.

Venturebeat explains:

LikeButton.me takes Facebook’s activity feed plug-in, which shows what your friends “like” on other pages, copies it several times while referencing different destinations like YouTube, The Huffington Post and CNN and puts them all in one place.

The combined effect is to show you what friends are liking on sites across the web on sites like MTV and Pandora. It’s a completely different interface for understanding what’s happening in your social network; instead of seeing status updates and photos, you’re seeing content that friends are enjoying on other sites.

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Old School Games widget

April 22nd, 2010

I don’t care how young or old you are…some of these old school games never lose their playability.

Now you can add this widget to your website and allow your readers to take a quick break from your content and bang out a session of intense Asteroids. Full color Frogger is available and the classic Space Invaders too!

These aren’t knockoffs…they are the original arcade versions featuring full color and sound.

This widget comes from where2lookonline.com. A site dedicated to providing shopping comparisons and widgets that add these comparison capabilities to your website.

Grab the Old School Games widget

I want to Tweet in Klingon

April 21st, 2010

Have you found yourself itching to start Tweeting in Klingon and haven’t been able to find a solution?

Well, here you go. Its the first (that I know of) English to Klingon Twitter widget that you can put on your website.

And it works…as far as I know. I don’t speak Klingon, but I assume that this widget will actually deliver a reasonable translation of English to Klingon. (anyone disagree?)

The Tweet In Klingon service and widget come from Friend2Friend.com. A service that helps brands spread themselves on social networks. The widget is also sponsored by none other than StarTrek Online.

Grab the Tweet In Klingon widget.

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