During my shortened visit to Digital Life in New York on Saturday, I noticed a few services worth trying in our everyday life.
-Frucall: While shopping, you see a product you like and wonder if you can get a better price online. Call Frucall 800 number, enter the product barcode and voila you get the price info.
-Concerned about poluting the environment and leaving sensitive information on your hard drive when you dispose of your old computer or printer, Hewlett Packard will pick it up and recycle it for you (for a fee). All you have to do is Schedule your Pickup online.
-Want to share your designs on T-Shirts, Mugs or even Custon Stamps and more without the complexity, Zazzle allows you to set up shop in no time. You earn from 10 to 17% of the sales price.
I like the fact that (as a seller) you do not have to spend a lot of time figuring out prices and also the color choices.
-Tired of tangled cords on your MP3, IPOD or Cell Phone here comes Cordgo. It is small enough to fit in your pocket or you can clip it on your belt or bag.
If you are looking for tips on how to organize your digital life, IBM offers ShortCuts, a weekly podcast with practical advice.