As most people who have visited some of my Blogs know, I have a thing for running Blogs – I love managing Blogs. I have many of them that I run, with each of them serving some purpose. The link below is to a tumblr Blog that I run called ‘Wilderness Photos & Videos.’ The name is self-explanatory I think and well worth a visit if you love the world’s natural and wild places.
The link below is to a new web application that is all about keeping families together via the cloud/web. It is not yet operational but you can sign up for early access (which I have done). I have no more idea about this site than what can be read on the website at the moment – but I’m intrigued. I’m looking forward to seeing what the site has to offer.
The link below is to a site that may be very helpful for a whole number of reasons. This site provides ‘instructables’ or tutorials on a wide range of topics, whether your interest be a craft, technology, writing project, cooking, etc. You can find all manner of valuable tutorial content here.
Membership can be either free or premium. Premium membership is very reasonable and provides access to far more benefits.
The link below is to a website where you can sign up to an iPhone app that is yet to be launched – called Fig. It is an app that is described as a personal wellness guide for body and soul. I’m not really sure what it will involve, but I have signed up to be notified when the app is launched so I can check it out.
The link below is today’s link. It is to a site called ‘Dumb Little Man,’ which provides tips for saving money, increasing productivity and generally making life that little bit easier. It is essentially a weblog.
The Book Stand is my latest Blog offering and complements my At the BookShelf Blog. The Book Stand is a place to find free Kindle and/or pdf format ebooks, as well as good ebook offers from time to time.
If you have an ebook reader (specifically a Kindle) and would like access to free books, the site have linked to in today’s post could be just what you want. ‘Free Kindle Books and Tips’ is a Kindle Blog. I have been visiting this site on a daily basis now for several weeks and discovered some great books (possibly great as I haven’t read them all to confirm that yet).
Today’s link is to EveryTrail, which is a very useful social network and web application for bushwalkers. It is a network that makes it very easy to share with like-minded people the activities you experience, whether those activities include bushwalking and camping, or road trips, sight seeing trips, boating, cycling, etc. With EveryTrail you are able to map (geo-tagging) just where you went and then share it with others. You can also share photos of your trip and embed your maps in your website and Blog.