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Xtranormal is a service that allows anyone to make a movie. It is online and on a free desktop app, so you can have it on the go as well. If you remember the movie that got the best buy guy in trouble, it was made using this.
Admit it. We’ve all forgotten things in our life. Whether it’s that recipe for that phenomenal dip you had at that party, or that receipt for that ugly sweatshirt you liked at the time, all of us would like a memory upgrade. Well, this is where these web applications come in. They a pretty much an extension of your brain. S, without further ado, here’s the Five Best Note-Taking Apps:
Almost.at is a web app that shows you what’s going on at any event in any part of the world. Almost.at takes all of the news stories, pictures, and tweets related to, say, the Comic-Con and puts it all together in one big conglomeration
OneRiot is a website that crawls the links people share on websites like digg and twitter, then indexes them. The end result is a search experience that allows users to find the freshest, most socially-relevant content from across the realtime web.
Seriesly is a streaming/torrent client that gives you links to your favorite shows. That basically means that you tell them your favorite shows and they create various feeds that go to your email, rss, webhooks, and more
The Good: A very usable web app that did a lot to set itself out from other TV sites. It had a ton of features, such as iCal integration, and could even create an RSS feed for your favorites.
The Bad: The only bad thing that I have to say is that not all of my favorite shows were on there, but even though that’s a personal problem, it still might affect others.
The Ugly: Overall, the user interface was nice and straightforward, and I had no trouble at all getting around the site. Even the settings were in a good position, and not buried throughout the site. One thing I liked was the smooth, almost magazine-likeway of viewing the channels, and that alone boosted the design.
The Bottom Line: Seriesly is a great web site with few problems. I highly recommend it to any TV junkie out there, or just a regular person trying to keep up with their favorite shows.