Apple may have discontinued its Cards app, but there are other ways to turn your snapshots into printed, stamped, and mailed greetings.
After exploding on to the political scene in 2004 with its animated videos, the JibJab brothers are trying out more family-friendly fare.
We're baaaa-aaack! And slap-happy after the break. We ask: who will make the next Kindle? Will Apple have some sort of snorefest in NYC? Why do we miss Kodak already? Are Acer and Lenovo Wintel-crazed? And are RIM's co-chairmen getting the boot?
Why gadgets aren't safe in hotel rooms; church donations on credit; mobile greeting cards; Barbie gets virtual; and the Netflix treatment for college textbooks.
Knock Knock, which makes humorous paper products, offers up an analog version of everyone's favorite microblogging service.
Every morning I turn on my computer, get Outlook going, then make a cappuccino. By the time I'm done, what used to be a morning ritual of reading my emails while enjoying my favorite morning drink has turned into a nightmare.
Is one of your New Year's resolutions to give more to charity? If you want to have a little fun and get more involved with a project beyond writing a check, there's The One Million Masterpiece.
The Centers for Disease Control is using Twitter to send out updates about swine flu including news reports and links to consumer resources.
MyPunchbowl has a new birthday reminder service that keeps you from missing the birthdays of friends and loved ones.
Every February 14, the Web seems to go a little bit nuts with Valentine's-related promotions. News flash: If everyone else is doing them, yours won't really stand out.