TinyChat is a free service that allows you to create a free chat room that is accessible by anyone with a browser. Simply create a chatroom from the homepage then send the link it gives to you to anyone you want to chat with. After you leave the chat room, all the chat data disappears.
It’s the easiest way to have a group chat with multiple people; you needn’t worry about who has what messenger or what everyone’s screen name is. Just send them a link! It’s also a great way to talk with people who are not the most computer literate – they don’t need to install any programs to talk with someone!



Firefox Tips And Tricks

March 29, 2009

If you use Firefox as your web browser, they have a page where you can pick up a few tips and tricks for making your online life easier. Tips include navigating tools on your keyboard, organizing tricks for your bookmarks and tips for searching and manipulating the pages you view. Have a look:



March 27, 2009

Readergirlz is an active website designed for girls who love to read and share their thoughts about great books they’ve enjoyed.


Now and again we come out of our cave and discover something we can’t believe hasn’t come to our attention before now. Fast Company is a print magazine that has an accompanying website with blogs on Technology, Design and Ethonomics which are frantically pushing information to anyone who’s smart enough to listen. Take a look at a post on top innovative companies, if you’re the doubting type:


“So-called ‘global warming’ is just a secret ploy by wacko tree-huggers to make America energy independent, clean our air and water, improve the fuel efficiency of our vehicles, kick-start 21st-century industries, and make our cities safer and more livable. Don’t let them get away with it!” So says Chip Giller, the founder of Grist.org, a website where environmentally-minded people gather.

Grist is based in the Emerald City of Seattle, in the Evergreen State of Washington,  with contributors scattered the world ’round. They are a nonprofit organization funded by foundation grants, reader contributions, and just a touch of advertising. Their website and email services are free.


Thinkfinity And Beyond!

March 23, 2009

Thinkfinity.org provides a wealth of free educational and literacy resources for students, parents, libraries and after-school programs. With over 55,000 resources vetted by learning partners like the National Geographic Society, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Council for Economic Education, National Center for Family Literacy, the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.


Jonah Lehrer graduated from Columbia University and is a Rhodes Scholar. He has worked in the lab of Nobel Prize-winning neuroscientist Eric Kandel. Lehrer is an editor at large for Seed magazine and also writes for the New Yorker, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe. He edits the Mind Matters blog for Scientific American and maintains a highly regarded blog of his own: The Frontal Cortex. Lehrer is the author of Proust Was a Neuroscientist and the recently published How We Decide.