Archive for April, 2010

Google Buzz Buttons

April 13th, 2010

Today Google announced the official Google Buzz Buttons for your website. This is great! Because up until now, all Buzz buttons were tied directly into your Google Reader account.

We’ve seen lots of people using Google Buzz to share interesting links from around the web. To do so, you had to copy and paste the link from one browser window to another — there weren’t buttons that made it easy to post to Google Buzz without leaving the site you’re on. Savvy sites like Mashable and TechCrunch quickly got creative and implemented their own Buzz buttons, using Google Reader as the backend. But not every site owner should have to hack together their own version of these buttons (and not everyone who uses Buzz also uses Reader), so this morning we’re making copy-and-paste Buzz buttons available for anyone to use.

Well…here they are…in their entirety.

I really think its great that there is now a “Follow Me” Buzz button. I know there have been others…but there is nothing like an “Official” widget to set things right!

You can get your Official Google Buzz Buttons at:

You can read the entire Google Buzz Button post at the Gmail Blog:

Mother’s day widgets

April 4th, 2010

Mother’s Day is on Sunday May 9, 2010.
This gives you a little more than a month to outfit your website with Mothers Day widgets, count downs, clocks and any sort of web style card that you can imagine.

Here are a few that we found around the net and gathered for your convenience. This is not a complete list of what is available, but it will get you on the right track for your Mother’s Day needs.

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widgets for Easter

April 3rd, 2010

Here is an Easter themed Twitter widget from

Simply enter your Twitter username and click “Get Code”. The copy and paste the code into your blog or website. This widget will even work on MySpace.

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WInfo claims to take the work out of blogging

April 3rd, 2010

The WInfo Website Widget from appears designed to add rich, relevant content to your already existing blog/website. YouTube videos, news articles, images, gossip and even Tweets from Twitter are delivered to the widget based upon the content of your website.

This sounds almost too good to be true….so we’ll give it a try and see what comes up.

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