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Animoto: Animoto turns your images and soundtrack into stunning music videos in minutes. Get Started Free to sign up, it's fast and dead easy to make your first vid. If you've got pics, you're ready to go!
Aviary: Edit images, create mind-blowing effects, design logos, find colors, collaborate, and more. All you need is a web browser.
Bebo: A social networking space.
Be Funky : Founded by engineers and cartoonists with a unique desire to integrate art and technology, BeFunky develops digital media tools that let people become instant artists and express themselves creatively without the need for any technical knowledge
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Big Think : Our task is to move the discussion away from talking heads and talking points, and give it back to you.
Blogger: A blog site for creating and maintaining blogs.
Bubbl.us: Brainstorming and mindmapping using Flash 2.0 technology.
Capzles: Capture your memories. Tell your stories. Travel through time. Combine videos, photos, blogs and mps3s into rich multimedia.
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ClassTools : allows you to create free educational games, activities and diagrams in a Flash! Host them on your own blog, website or intranet! No signup, no passwords, no charge!
Facebook: A social networking and data sharing space.
Flickr: A Photosharing website, allowing annotation and tagging.
Floor Planner: Let's you design buildings why not use for a church or other religious building?
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Glogster: In just a few minutes, you can make a digital poster, a colorful medley of ideas, reflecting your own special style.
Google Earth : A mapping site allowing personal overlays and links to images, text and videos.
Google Calendar: Create and share calendars on-line in real-time.
Mapskip: Tell stories about the places you live or have visited.
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Google Docs: Create and share documents on-line and work collaboratively.
Google Maps: Map your own map of your locality with significant points of interest
Google Translate: A on-line translation site with about 20 combinations.
Gradefix: The intelligent homework management system for students.
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Linoit: A sticies board that allows messages, images, videos and sounds so you can share, dislogue or brainstorm an in.
Mapwing: Mapwing makes it easy to build, share, and explore virtual tours. Use Mapwing to turn your digital photos into virtual tours that include interactive maps, images, and comments
Meglobe: Our free web client lets you type in your own language, but sends a translated version, in near real time.
Mind 42: On-line mind-mapping tool runs in your browser allows collaboration and sharing.
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UK MySpace: A social networking and data sharing space.
NING: A social networking and media sharing tool with blog and forum facilities
Palbee: Palbee is a free online service which allows you to set up easy video meetings with your friends and colleagues.
Photopeach: What if you could add a thousand words to your photos, and some music? We think the whole slideshow is greater than the sum of the photos, words, and music.
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Picturetrail: A slideshow picture presentation package for putting images on your website or SM pages.
Piki Strips : Make your own cartoon strips.

Poll Daddy: Embeddable Polling tool for sites. Free offer and upgrades.

Posterous: is a miscroblogging site which allows you to share thoughts, photos and video in an easy way.
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Prezi: is zooming sketches on a digital napkin. It's visualization and storytelling without slides. Your ideas live on stage and on the web
Rock You: A simple way to make slideshows for the web. Flash animations to embed into your website.
Second Life: A place to be someone else and to learn, live and relax.
Slide: A slide sharing and communication site.
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SlideShare: is the best way to share your presentations with the world. Add audio to create a webinar
SlideStory: Combine sharing pictures and narration and what do you get? Slidestory!
Smilebox: Image, Video and text presentation
Textwall: SMS / web posts onto a comment wall for you to respond to later.
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TeacherTube: It's YouTube but for teachers
Todays Meet: An "in house" twitter for a meeting or a conference
Viddex: Create a dual panel of video and presentation slides.
Vimeo: Create and share video on your webpage or on your blog
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Voice Thread : Create a media rich (sound, text, images and video) on-line presentation now collaborate.
Wallwisher: An on-line notice board maker ideal for announcements, making notes, and all the things you do with post-it notes.
Wetpaint: A wiki creator tool. A wiki is a website built on the power of collaborative thinking.
Wikipedia: An on-line collaborative encycolpedia with over
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Wordle: Making beautiful word pictures
X-timeline: A timeline builder which includes text, images and links.
YouTube: Now the uber media sharing website a place to take and also to give.
 
 
 
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