Category Archives: Reviews

Whats Your Next Move Netflix?

Netflix isn’t all that its cracked up to be, in my opinion. The streaming side of Netflix hosts old and B class content that just is not that appealing to me. They recently removed the DVD rental service and started Qwikster and even though thats where the better content is, you still have to wait for the DVD to come through the mail. I find it much easier to just go to a Redbox kiosk and get what you need there. I dont watch many movies so price wise it makes more sense, as long as I remember to take the movies back on time!

I’ve been hearing some talk on the internet about Amazon purchasing Netflixs’ video streaming service and it sounds like that would be a good idea for us consumers. Amazon would have more leverage to work out better deals with content providers such as Time Warner, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and others since they are already in the door and selling their product.  Read the rest of this entry


Review: – Web based video chat with up to 20 people at once for free

Tokbox is a easy and great way to start video chatting with your friends, send video messages through email or videoconferencing. Tokbox is a web based service that allows you to connect with up to 20 people using their free service. Tokbox also has a downloadable desktop application (for Windows and Mac) that will allow you to make and receive calls without being to logged into the site.

Creating an account is about as easy as it gets. Its a simple short form that ask for your basic information, name, email and password then presto! Nothing is more annoying than wasting 10 minutes filling out pointless personal information just to create an account for a service that you just want to test out.

Once you have got that out of the way, you are ready to start searching for contacts from your Instant Messenger, email contacts and you can even import your friends from Facebook. Read the rest of this entry – Combine your web profiles in one place.

Flavors.meI have been searching for a way to combine all of my online profiles in one location then finally I came across With you can do just that. You can add your youtube account, facebook, twitter, wordpress, flickr and many others. This is a great way to share your presence from around the web in one location that you can send to friends, family or whoever you would like to share your sites with.

What does is it aggregates all of your content from the sites that you select and allow it to connect to then it displays your content in to your page. When you go to activate your services like youtube, flickr and twitter, those services will prompt you to allow access from much like the way Facebook does. Read the rest of this entry