As your graduate moves on to the next stage of his or her life, help keep memories organized with a subscription to Dropbox.
Priced at 10 bucks a month or $100 a year, 100 gigs of memory will ensure that up to 20,000 photos never get lost.
Now, their carousel feature will let users organize and share photos with ease.
If your new grad has a commute ahead of him, how about a subscription to audible.
It's an audio book membership service with access to over 150,000 titles.
Plans start at $14.95 a month for one book.
And go up to about $230 for 24 books.
Congratulations on your purchase of this American-made genuine audio book.
Finally, even if you don't agree with your grad's musical taste, he's bound to appreciate an advertisement-free subscription to Pandora One streaming music service.
Just 24 bucks for six months of listening.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi, CNET.com for CBS News.
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