18.01.2009

Very nice application

COOLIRIS
I wanted to share a really great application for your Firefox. Some of you have probably found this thing called COOLIRIS already, but for those who have not downloaded this Add-on - it's really worth it! It is a tool for searching pictures on the internet. Even with a Windows-computer you get this great interface design where you can browse through the pictures three-dimensional! You can also go shopping on Amazon, it is connected with many services like Flickr, Google Pictures etc. If you like a picture you can save it to your favourites and thereby create your own picture wall (like the Flickr favourites).
My favourites
Just check out the Add-on-Feature in your browser in Firefox or go to www.cooliris.com!

COOLIRIS

Ich wollte noch eine ganze tolle Applikation für JEDEN Firefox-Browser zeigen. Einige kennen dieses Tool namens COOLIRIS wahrscheinlich schon, aber für all jene, die sich das Add-on noch nicht installiert haben - es lohnt sich! Damit lassen sich im Internet Bilder suchen auf einer ganz tollen, 3D-Benutzeroberfläche. Außerdem gibt es die Möglichkeit, auf Amazon einkaufen zu gehen und auch andere Services wie Flickr, Google Search etc. sind implementiert. Wenn man Bilder sehr gern mag und wiederfinden möchte, kann man sie auf seiner "Favourites"-Seite speichern (ein bisschen wie die Flickr-Favoriten). Einfach im Browser unter "Extras" und "Add-ons" herunterladen oder auf www.cooliris.com klicken!

COOLIRIS

1 Kommentare:

creative breathing hat gesagt…

You are a wonder to me! Talent beyond sophistication and yet you want to know where to buy clothes pins? Your blog is a work of art! You very much remind me of my daughter in your independent spirit. I hope you will check out a photograph of her on my blog www.creativebreathing.blogspot.com Taken by a very famous photographer, it now hangs in a gallery. She is the one in the ballet skirt and fishing waders. She has an amazing sense of style. Don't let the photo fool you. She has just graduated Magna Cum Laude and top student of her culinary school. An over achiever going through a bohemian period in an authentic hippy town left over from the 1960's. She hopes to travel the world to learn her art. I can see you making Vogue pindolls. They are Early American folk art; so I don't think you would have them in your country. I am happy to send you packages of them if you like. Again, fascinating to see a career blossom! Elizabeth