Tags: alert, Email, im, Mobile, reminder, remindr, todo, twitter
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Remindr.info is an online service that lets you setup reminders that will alert you via your Twitter account, email address, Jabber (or GTalk) IM account, and/or mobile phone.
No need to register. All you have to do is fill up the necessary details of your reminder:
Dropcard – Share Contact Info Easily September 25, 2008Posted by Ced in Email, Info, Online, Services.
Tags: contact, dropcard, Email, Info, iphone, send, sms, web
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Dropcard (mydropcard.com) is an online service that helps eliminate the need for paper business cards.
“When you meet someone, text us their email, and we’ll send them the information you wanted. We deliver by email, so it’s saved in their inbox. … If you can send a text message, you can use Dropcard.” [dropcard]
Aside from using text messaging, you can make a Dropcard via your iPhone, or the web.
Posterous.com – Easy Microblogging via Email July 3, 2008Posted by Ced in Blog, Online, Services.
Tags: Blog, Email, micro, posterous
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Posterous.com is a blog service that lets you create a blog site, post entries, and respond to comments, using email.
“Posterous lets you post things online fast using email. You email us at email@example.com and we reply instantly with your new posterous blog. … If you can use email, you can have your own website to share thoughts and media with friends, family and the world.” [Posterous]
The format for sending a post is as follows:
- Subject Line = Post title
- Text Area = Post content
You can also attach any type of file to your email, including (but not limited to) photos, MP3s, documents, and video links.
One can say that Posterous is similar to Tumblr (tumblr.com), but Posterous makes it more simple to create an account, post entries, and respond to comments, all via email.
For the curious, my Posterous blog is ced.posterous.com.