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DeepMemo


DeepMemo is another social networking site for quotes. There are a number of uses for DeepMemo, whether it be collating quotes for private use or sharing quotes with others.

There is a toolbar that can be installed in your browser, which will allow you to highlight text and then press a button for the quotation to be saved and shared.

http://deepmemo.com/

ABC2MP3: Text to Speech Application


This link is to a web application called ABC2MP3. This application is another very good application for turning text into speech. It has many uses which are outlined on the website.

See more at:

http://www.abc2mp3.com/

YakiToMe: Text to Speech Application


This link is to a web application called YakiToMe. This application is another very good application for turning text into speech. It has many uses which are outlined on the website.

See more at:

http://www.yakitome.com/

iSpeech: Text to Speech Application


This link is to a web application called iSpeech. This application is a very good application for turning text into speech. It has many uses which are outlined on the website.

See more at:

http://www.ispeech.org/

Free Twitter Designer: Design Your Own Twitter Background


If you’re not happy with your twitter background you can make your own. An easy way to do this is to use freetwitterdesigner.com and upload your own photos, make your own text, etc. It is quite easy to use, but I would suggest you have your twitter profile open in another tab/window when you upload your background as you may need to tweak the background a bit to get looking just right – so don’t delete your work until such time as you are happy with the background as it appears on your profile.

Visit:

http://www.freetwitterdesigner.com/

See mine at:

http://twitter.com/particularkev

Plinky


For today’s ‘daily’ I’m going to post about a new service from ‘Automattic,’ the guys behind WordPress.com. They have a new service called ‘Plinky.’

Basically, what this new service is all about is giving its members prompts for Blog posts. The service will ask you a question, which you then answer. This then becomes your Blog post, which can be added to your usual Blogging platform, such as WordPress (which is what I do). It can be shared direct from the site or embedded via a code that Plinky provides. I have been copying and pasting this code into my web editor in order to format the text as I would like it to appear in my Blog.

I think this is a great little service to help those just starting out in Blogs, as it will provide you with the basis for a daily post. It will also help those who struggle to come up with content for their Blogs.

Me? I just use it to supplement what I already post – to give my Blog a little more personal appeal.

Visit Plinky at:

http://www.plinky.com/