Wow, it has been almost two months since my last post on this Blog. Time has gone by quickly as I have struggled to keep up with the demands of running a number of different Blogs and websites. In fact, I have done very little with many of them – just been too busy and too tired. Hopefully that will change a little now. I’m trying to become a little more disciplined with my time in order to allow myself to get on with the task of maintaining the various websites I own.
Today’s ‘daily’ is a website called ‘Topsy.’ Topsy is a search engine for Twitter posts or tweets as they are often called. If you would like to search Twitter for a particular topic or even a username, Topsy could be just the place you are looking for. I found it today and experimented a little with it – a very good little site I thought (for Twitter). Just another of the seemingly countless Twitter applications that are out there.
Visit Topsy at:
According to the backupify blog, free Premium accounts will be closing on Monday, so time is running out to get a great online backup service for your online accounts – like Flickr, Twitter, Gmail, etc.
From Monday there will still be free accounts, however these will be limited to 2Gb of storage and one account for each service that backupify offers online backups for. Larger amounts of storage and features will be available in two available premium offerings at $39 and $59 a year. Those who have taken advantage of free premium accounts up until Monday will be transferred to the $39 model for free (with 10Gb of storage).
More information on what is available can be found via the backupify site (click on the blog link) at:
So why is the post of the day – it’s a free online backup service that I use and I think is terrific.
Today’s photo is another shot of the Gloucester River Falls area and is a view from the waterfall in yesterday’s photo. The view is of the river further downstream. It really is a beautiful location.
The climb from the waterfall to the base and further downstream can be a little tricky – especially when there has been some rain about and the river is running higher than normal.