Archive for February, 2009

Get the word out to everybody with

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Are you responsible for getting the word out for your company or organization? Whether it's a big meeting, or just poker night, you may have to phone a few people, or a whole bunch, to let everybody know what's going on. Now you don't have to sit there and dial all those calls one-at-a-time. offers a service where you can send out voice messages to whole lists of numbers at once. Just record (or upload) your message, create a list of numbers to send it to, and pick the time and date to get the word out, and you're golden. makes the calls for you, and makes sure everybody's on the same page.

A free service, you can send one 30-second message each day to up to 25 recipients. If you need to make more calls, they also have a paid service that's available without restrictions. Either way, you don't have to dial your finger to the bone the next time you've got an important announcement to make.

Find your missing wireless phone at

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

Has there ever been anything more handy than your trusty cell phone? With this great tool, you're always connected. People can get hold of you at any time and any place. You can always reach out and touch them back. It's all great, until you set your wireless baby down, and then it magically disappears.

Whether it's gotten lost in the couch cushions, buried under piles of paper on your desk, or left in a coat pocket, all of a sudden, you're no longer so connected. So how are you going to find your electronic best friend?

Where's My Cell Phone is a free service that lets you find your missing phone. Just enter you number into the textbox on the site's home page and click the Find It button, and quick as a wink, your phone will start ringing. Just follow the sound, and you'll soon have your phone back in hand.

These folks want to assure you that they don't keep a record of any phone numbers called, so you're not opening yourself up to a bunch of telephonic spam. And maybe it's time to tidy the place up a bit, so you don't lose your phone again.