scan the attached QR code for ‘me’ as a sample
All you need is a smart phone and your custom JumpScan QR code
Contact info, social media, website & email all in one QR code.
A physical link to your digital world
Gimme Bar is the name of their brilliant visual booksaving service. Yes, you read right, I said visual bookSAVING, not visual bookmarking. Whenever you â€˜gimme bar’ a photo/website/recipe/text you save the item. Literally. How? You well, by saving it to your Gimme Bar page and by saving it to your Dropbox account. You gimmie something and boom, it’s not only on your Gimmie Bar account but also on your hard drive.
Gimme Barâ€˜s interface is clean and a pleasure to use. It lets you organize your findings in collections, easily follow what your friend’s collections and add their content to yours, all with just a few clicks.
Gimme Bar is still in private Beta but they are opening it up for 3 days for my swissmiss readers, starting today. Take advantage of this and sign up *now*. They’ll close it up again thursday night!
yes, a bit ‘o spam, however:
*you* get 1 extra free GB, and i get 1 free GB, if you sign up at this link:
2GB free to start with.
i am switching to spideroak, their paid 100gb plan ($75/yr after using discount code of “Spring”), from box.net (was $99 year for 30gb), and dropbox (and after comparing value to carbonite, etc.), as my online file sharing (i.e, for large file uploads for clients to grab), for access to all my files via the internet anytime, and an addl system backup source. (in addition to timemachine, externals and etc.)
apple’s icloud offering will be nice but is a lesser value with 5gb free but if paid, similar option for 50GB will be $100/year. just an fyi.
Fonts in Safari looking funky on some sites, after upgrading to Lion?
Check out this video on YouTube: