First of all, let me just say that I could. not. live. without Delicious.com. I love any thing that makes it easier for me to remember things. Every time I find a webpage that I want to remember, I just pop it in my delicious links and it’s so easy to find, whether I’m at work or at home. I love the tagging feature- it’s kind of like a virtual file cabinet, putting all my links into neat little boxes of related items.
So, here are some of the websites that I have added to my delicious links lately:
1. coverleaf.com – I am a magazine ripper. I confess! I rip pages out of magazines like I am actually going to read them again, and store them in little folders, which are now overflowing with scraps of paper that I never read. In an effort to save trees and clean up some of the clutter in my life, coverleaf.com provides a virtual magazine ripper! you sign up for an online subscription (free if you already get the print version) to any magazines you want, and then choose the pages you want to “rip” and save in your “My Stuff” folder. Genius!
2. PBS Parents (www.pbs.org/parents) – Lots of info about all kinds of kid-related topics, from how to improve your childrens’ manners at the dinner table to games and recipes for every season and holiday.
3. The Week in Rap (www.theweekinrap.com) – The news from the past week… in Rap! (What did you expect?)
4. Blurb.com – Make your own books! About anything you want! A completely custom made book with your own pictures and text starts at about $13! That is so cool!
that’s all for now- more to come as I find more cool stuff…