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October 2010

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TweetAdder - Just started using this tool today (my original twitter account , 'cnotes', has 4,000 followers--too many; after much research, I decided to build up my 'mike_corso' twitter account with quality, targeted followers using TweetAdder.  Great, uncomplicated software). Anyway, TweetAdder is a killer piece of software at a VERY affordable price.  Highly recommended for any wannabe power Twitter users out there. Mike

Today's Cool Site of the Day is Bloody Disgusting: The Top 10 'True-Story' Horror Movies of All-time In honor of the resounding success of the supposedly “inspired by true events” home invasion pic The Strangers, let’s take a look at some of the most memorable horror movies ever based—whether dubiously or not—on real life. Some of these films were adapted from actual, verifiable happenings; while others were simply marketed that way by savvy studio suits. This whole site has great content, so enjoy it. See it and rate it here (ONLY on the day featured.  Otherwise, click the thumbnail image of the website, or visit the

Today's Cool Site of the Day is National Sex Offender Public Website Good to use to search for sex offenders in your area before trick-or-treating. Not exactly a cheery pick, but after seeing a news piece this week, thought it was good to share. See it and rate it here (ONLY on the day featured.  Otherwise, click the thumbnail image of the website, or visit the Still Cool Archive)  -   http://www.coolsiteoftheday.com/frmindex.html

Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha Listen to the Story on NPR Courtesy Mark Dytham and Astrid KleinAt a pecha-kucha, an event conceived by Tokyo architects Mark Dytham and Astrid Klein, presenters have 6 minutes and 40 seconds — or 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide — each to show off a talent, unveil an invention or just share an idea. The idea is to put limits on speeches and force the viewer to focus and think. It's the bane of students, business people and even the military: If you've ever yawned through a slideshow, you're probably familiar with that dreaded malady of modern times, known

Today's Cool Site of the Day is Smart-Kit From fun and easy to hard and tricky. Clever puzzles and games to stretch your mind and tease your brain. Daily jigsaw puzzles too. See it and rate it here (ONLY on the day featured.  Otherwise, click the thumbnail image of the website, or visit the Still Cool Archive)  -   http://www.coolsiteoftheday.com/frmindex.html

Today's Cool Site of the Day is GOOD GOOD is a collaboration of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits pushing the world forward. Since 2006 they've been making a magazine, videos, and events for people who give a damn. This website is an ongoing exploration of what GOOD is and what it can be. Good is Cool. See it and rate it here (ONLY on the day featured.  Otherwise, click the thumbnail image of the website, or visit the Still Cool Archive)  -   http://www.coolsiteoftheday.com/frmindex.html