I found the sites below when I was on vacation, and had time to kill reading USA Today
Music Sites on the Web:
Last.FM – Streaming music with recommendations with over 21 million hits every month
Pandora – I use this a lot to create multiple playlists that fit my moods. you can also set up your playlists to mix songs across them.
iLike – Steam Music and get new artists MP3
Mog – Users are callled “moggers”. User generated community allowing you to share music discoveries. Network of users
Imeem – Over 20 million users that calls itself “the new social Mixtape”.
As many of you live on google, I found this cheat sheet for Google. It’s in a PDF file which you can download and reference.
As it says on the site:
“This two page Google Cheat Sheet lists all Google services and tools as well as background information. The Cheat Sheet offers a great reference to grasp of basic to advance Google query building concepts and ideas.”
I personally keep it on my desk as a very useful tool during the day.
So I finally broke down and got myself a Facebook account. I was totally amazed at how much information is available. I’d heard a lot of good things about Facebook, but I didn’t realize the potential for networking.
Of course my second fav is Linked In. I started using Linked In and have grown my contact list to almost 400 people. That is only my first level contacts.
Within 24 hours of being on facebook, I actually made contact with a guy that I grew up in NYC! I hadn’t spoken to this guy in over 30 years and within seconds, I was linked to him. Impressive.
Let’s see how it goes.
I found this site by accident. If you shop Amazon, you know that in order to get free shipping you have to have a $25 order. In order to this you’ll need fill items to your order.
Try this site: Amazon Filler Item Finder another one is Slickfillers (which I’ve mentioned in previous postings.
The good thing about this is that you can search on various categories to make up your filler items.
Haven’t had much of a chance to do postings, but found a few sites that might interest me. Of course you have the mother of all video uploads YouTube.
Some wannabe’s (some will survive in 2008 others will fade away)
Chow for now. I know I need to post more..
Forget about scanning through the Sunday papers looking for coupons sales. This site allows you to scan nationally and locally for savings and sales. It’s called SundaySaver. So now you can cancel your Sunday paper and go totally virtual for your bargains.
I have to acknowledge my sister-in-law (RM) for passing this site along to me. Thanks to RM for this site!
Just like me, she’s into savings and is an expert at finding deals & steals.
If you are into comparison shopping, my website is a good starting point. If you do most of your shopping on-line, start here. Another one of my pages has more links for shopping. Take a look.