Via instapundit: Top 5 Little Web Apps You Might Not Be Using (But Should) I like this one:
Todoist.com–Developed by a “computer science student [with] 2 part-time jobs”, Todoist is a web application that basically functions as a personal assistant, or like a cloud of Post-It notes that follows you everywhere. Create a hierarchical calendar with your to-do items, and Todoist will contact you with recurring reminders via email or SMS, or through its integration with iGoogle, Quicksilver, Netvibes, and more.
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Instructables.com bills itself as “The Worlds Biggest Show and Tell”. Not sure about that, but it is pretty cool. DIY projects, recipes, and much more.
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Via Randy Neal at Knoxviews:
A cool new hyper-local video website has launched this week called KnoxTube.
It’s a free video upload/sharing site with a local focus and flavor. There’s even a KnoxViews channel in case any of y’all are interested in doing some video blogging.
Looks cool, check it out…
Craigslist, the free online classified site seems to be finally catching on here in Knoxville. If you have anything to sell or are looking to pick something up on the cheap, this is the place to do it. Lifehacker, just published this informative guide to selling on Craigslist. This compliments their earlier Power users guide to buying on Craigslist.
As with most everything on the web, it is buyer beware on Craigslist. There are tons of scams out there hidden among the good deals. Of course the best rule of thumb here is: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.