Multy.me is a URL shortener, created by Michael Breyton, but you share lists of URLs instead of just one. The list formatting can be either plain links or thumbnailed cards for each URL. Breyton also wrote a short article about how he made the site.
Clubhouse, the fast-growing audio-only social network, has two problems: first, its platform is really just a feature. Second, Facebook is adding the feature. Audio-only networks have become increasingly popular during the pandemic.Facebook will also launch a new feature, Soundbites, where users can create and share short audio clips. The feature will be launched over the… READ THE REST
Adobe Flash, the animation and programming platform that long graced the world-wide web, is officially dead. Adobe has ended support for it, will soon issue an auto-update that blocks Flash files from executing in the browser, and issued a stark final recommendation, just in case: Uninstall Flash Player immediately. Used to create in-your-face ads and… READ THE REST
You may now send email to a dumpster fire, literally, then watch it burn. 1. Send an email to email@example.com with whatever you want to torch. Use plain text or an image attachment. PG-13 rules apply. 2. Watch on the live feed as your message is created, conveyed, and then dropped into the rolling flames.… READ THE REST
More than 4 out of every 5 Americans — 81 percent — say they feel they have a book in them and that they should write it. That's almost 200 million people who want to be writers. And while each and every one of those budding scribes might have a compelling tale to tell, you… READ THE REST
For many, the morning doesn't officially start until the first robust juices of the simple coffee bean touch their lips and activate their day. Considering not much else matters until that magic moment arrives, it makes sense coffee lovers should outfit themselves with a machine to make that first cup-of-the-day joy happen as fast as… READ THE REST
The pace of life is just faster than it used to be. Not so many years ago, if you needed to print an image or make a hard copy of a to-do list, you'd find a nearby printer, connect all your devices, and print it up. But these days … C'mon, who's gonna stop to… READ THE REST