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Mixel.cc – Create Collages On Your Ipad

Mixel is a new iPad app that might as well end up creating a whole new art form. It lets you put together collages with images from your HD, your own Facebook account and from Bing searches. You can mix images in all the ways you want, you can crop them and resize them, you can rotate them and chop them in half. And when you’re finished, your collage will go live for everybody else to see it. And (this is the interesting bit),...

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MediaBooze.com – Your Facebook Friends In A Poster

What value do you place on your Facebook friends? What role do your social network contacts really play in your life? Because if they are a true source of pride and satisfaction, then you can let every person that step into your office or your living room know all about it by using a service like MediaBooze. Simply put, MediaBooze lets you individualize your top friends on Facebook, and have their images turned into a large...

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PosterMyWall.com – Create Poster Collages

Poster My Wall gives those among us who are not really that skilled when it comes to editing images the chance to create elaborate photo collages. And we are actually talking about poster-sized collages that will de delivered straight to our doorsteps. All you have to do is upload the images that you would like to have used as part of the collage for it to be created, printed and sent your way. The pictures themselves can be taken...

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Wallcast.com – Use Your Photos As A Wallpaper

If you want to have a desktop that tells others about who you are, then this is a service you are going to find really useful. Wallcast can create a photo collage that you can then proceed to have featured as a wallpaper, and let any person who looks over your shoulder know more about you at a mere glance. This will be really useful if you are working at a new place, and you want to give your new coworkers more topics for...

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pixSmix.com – Create Collages & Share Them

Some people like to tweet the way they feel. Others might choose to post a video to Facebook that describes their emotions. No option is “better” than the other, or has a more cathartic effect. It all depends on the individual and the circumstances. Maybe posting a video would work for the person one day, and then the next he would choose to communicate the way he feels by tweeting. But what if there comes a day neither Twitter nor...

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