Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Create your own stunning Portrait (Photo/Pictures)

Do you want to create your own stunning Photo/Pictures Such as the one below?

I collected some of the best Online Web Tools that lets you upload your picture to create special effects using your own picture.

Most of these Utilities are easy to use and allows you to embed converted Photos/Pictures to your profile on MySpace, Friendster, Facebook and other Social Network.

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Monday, May 25, 2009

If I were you, I’ll make your Picture Talk


It’s been a while since I posted my last article here. This time I won’t go into details because the video below explains it all. Just watch the video and I’m sure you’ll say Amazing!


This utility allows any beginner to transform photos and images into talking animated characters and bring them to life with real-time puppeteering; turning any PC into a face animation movie studio. Check it out.

Take a look at another sample. Here is CrazyTalk's official site.

There are tons of samples in related videos. Have fun

Here is CrazyTalk's official site.


Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Twitterland, Here comes Tag Definition

If you’re a twitter user, you might have seen from Twitter’s home page the “Trending Topics” on the side panel. (see picture below)


Trending Topics sometimes contain what twitter calls a “Hashtag”. Hashtag works like a keyword with a # (Sharp) in front of the word. For example, When you want to recommend someone famous on twitter, there is a hashtag called “#FOLLOWFRIDAY”. The syntax is “#FOLLOWFRIDAY @TwitterUserName” or “#FOLLOWFRIDAY #TwitterUserName”

An example of this is shown in the image below;


Hashtag as far as I know was not defined by Twitter. In fact, even you can create a hashtag of your own. Just prefix a word with a Sharp (#) sign and that’s it.

Now that you know what a hashtag is, there will come a time where you see a hashtag but don’t have any idea what it means. Worry no more Twitterland, here comes Tagdef!


TagDef from the Image above allows you to enter any hashtag to find out the definition.


Here I tried to enter “FOLLOWFRIDAY” from the lookup button. And the result?


Voila! Not only that, below the results you can find samples found in the Twitter Status repository. Take a look at Last Tweets with this tag:tagdef4

If I try to search my Twitter Account “agentpx”, I get no results.


The screen above allows you to enter the definition of a hashtag that is not yet defined. One thing I noticed is how the site controls definition entered by the users. I tried playing with the add definition window using “STARTREK” and here’s what I got.


If you’ll noticed there is a Digg like voting where users can vote for the appropriate definition of the hashtag being search. What happens to wrong definitions? Your guess is as good as mine. Go ahead TwitterFans go to now!