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3 years, 7 months ago
It's Google, so it's fast and always accessible.Cons: They don't accept URLs via their website. Only their services allow you to create short URLs with this tool (officially, at least -- there are workarounds).
3 years, 12 months ago
Really short URLs. Mirrors bit.ly, so it has an awesome API with great stats.
4 years, 5 months ago
Easy access to cleaning your keyboard!
4 years, 7 months ago
Amazing real-time statistics, and demographics. Twitter seems to be starting to use it as its default URL shortener.
4 years, 8 months ago
Online, accessible anywhere. Netvibes makes for a good homepage.Cons: Netvibes isn't a great solution if you're trying to read tons of RSS feeds (> 20).
Syncs with the NewsGator online service, allowing you to have your RSS subscriptions synchronized across multiple computers and platforms.
Syncs with NewsGator online service, allowing for you to sync RSS subscriptions across multiple computers and platforms. iPhone version available.Cons: Requires a download.
Available everywhere. Offline access with Google Gears. Tons of keyboard shortcuts. Minimal UI. Sharing functionality.
It's backed by Yahoo, so it won't disappear overnight. It's popular. Cons: It might adopt Yahoo's annoying login system at some point.
Gorgeous graphs, pretty extensive. TweetStats is the first place I look for Twitter stats.Cons: The first time you visit TweetStats it might take a few minutes to gather your stats.
It's built into Mac OS X.Cons: It can be slow at times, especially if you're running Mac OS X Tiger.
Very easy to use. Multi-platform. File revisions. 2GB free, more available for a yearly fee. Easy sharing features. Cons: Honestly, there's absolutely nothing bad about Dropbox. It's simply perfect.
Available anywhere with an internet connection - data isn't being synched since it's being stored online.Cons: Internet connection required.
Nice little notebooks, nice touches like the text in the two ends. No need for a computer. Fits in your pocket. Produced in the US.Cons: They aren't that much different than other notebooks.
Best. Comic. Ever.Cons: Extremely geeky (although that can taken as being good or bad).
Paul writes a lot of excellent posts about different aspects of managing and developing his startup, Skribit.
ScreenFlow records each window as a separate layer -- you can enlarge some windows, etc. Very useful.
Pixelmator does most of what the average person would want to do in Photoshop, but for a fraction of the cost. It's also updated often!Cons: Mac-only.
It's the standard, and works on both Macs and Windows PCs.
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