Windows: Resizing a bunch of photos manually can be time-consuming, but there’s no point in using a massive editor for such a simple job. With Resize My Photos you can resize as many images as you want simultaneously, selecting several files from different folders or even complete folders in your system. Resizing is easy, and it’s very configurable. A simple little program that can really save you time and effort.
Mac: If you can’t be bothered with external applications when it comes to viewing online TV, then why not try Veetle. Veetle is a project of Stanford University that brings you hundreds of TV channels to your browser – no external application is required. The good news is that many of Veetle’s channels are useful mainstream offerings (especially for sports fans) and the streaming quality is stable and high quality.
iPhone: Personally, I’m a bit of a word game addict, so I jumped at the chance to try out TapWord on my iPhone. The game charges you with the task of finding as many words as possible from a grid within three minutes. To make words in TapWord you need to hold down the start letter then drag your finger across the letters you wish to include