e's Week in Review

Posted by Eric Ungs

At the end of each week I want to share with you the interesting things I came across through my “e’s Week in Review” post. It could be anything; blog posts, tech products, new apps., quotes, etc. If you have found any interesting tidbits or news, please share in the comments below, I’d love to hear about them.

“Discipline is the price you pay for freedom.” unknown

1. Form Spring: — This is an easy way to build web forms without any knowledge of web development or HTML. You are easily able to arrange and build data fields to your liking.

2. WebNotes: — this is an extremely useful tool I just came across from a recent Web Worker Daily post. For those in marketing, PR or even today’s blogger, organizing useful tidbits or research from numerous sites can be a tedious copy and paste hassle and very time consuming. With WebNotes everything is organized for you. All you have to do is highlight what you want included in the report, you can also leave notes on the website like you would in a pdf document. It’s organized into folders that you can create, the info is then published in a WebNoete’s file and can easily be reorganized. For final output you can push it to a pdf, html, email, or copy and paste it into a program you wish to use.

There are currently 3 Versions:

WebNotes PR: 2 week free trial, $35/user/mo or $300/user/yr. WebNotes Academic: 2 week free trial, $5/month for students ($10/month without discount) WebNotes Personal: FREE

3. Prezi: — New presentation all on one artboard instead of different slides. Zoom in and out for details. Check out the video on their homepage.


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