Archive for the ‘web’ Category

Zamzar – Free online File Conversion

September 22, 2009

Here is a nifty service that converts what ever document format into a wanted format. A Great tool for online video conversion without waisting bandwith and system resources on your side.


try it for yourself @

A list of possible video types and formats follows after the break:



creativeCrash a merge of Highend3D & fxshare

September 12, 2009

The title says it all. fxshare and highend3d merged to the new social/business networking side CreativeCrash.


myFontbook: a web-based Font Viewer

September 12, 2009

I like the idea of bowser based applications and here we have a font viewer that allows browsing my fonts within my web browser.


The features at the moment are:

  • Font Viewer
  • Tags & Favorites
  • List & Swatch Views
  • Glyphs
  • Body Text
  • Sample Text
  • Metrics
  • Nothing to Install
  • Fast Font Rendering

Test it for yourself @

Fotomark your way

February 11, 2009

I was looking for a way to bookmark images. Knowing imageshack for quite some time, I don’ like to loose the source of an image when I upload it to my imageshack account. And being a lazy guy I don’t want to run a local system, copy’n paste or make manual nodes. So here it is: http:/
an easy one click solution to bookmark images and the source a image comes from.

My personal bookmarks for now are CGI car related and can be found here:

Doing it online – Basics of Photoshop

February 8, 2009

SUMO Paint offers professional and easy to use tools for creating and editing images within a browser. SUMO Paint is a free image editing software that gives you the opportunity to create, edit and comment images online with powerful tools and layer support.

I think I will use it to edit the images that I want to use in this blog. The application itself works. It doesn’t cover all photoshop features that I usually use: e.g. I couldn’t find an option to automate some image editing. Anyway lets give it a try

Sumo Paint

master thesis about blogs

January 25, 2009

Here is an interesting master thesis written by Tamara Bianco. She covers the topics of knowledge blogs and knowledge management. The original title reads as follows: “Bloggen – Pflichtübung oder Passion – Eine empirische Untersuchung von Knowledge Blogs als Tool des persönlichen Wissensmanagements vor dem Hintergrund der Selbstbestimmungstheorie”

I just scanned the thesis but it reminded me on an old problem I face from time to time: “Damn, where did I read about this and that? Now it’s time that I could need it.”