Link-It Print Using Google Cloud Print™ - Google Chrome extension gallery Pearl-ing with pearltrees (A Spectrum of Reviews) Okay, so when I was invited to a "pearltrees" event, I envisioned something like bath beads, or - the obvious one - jewelry. I thought of an ornate wire tree sculpture upon which to hang my beautiful pearl necklaces (of which I have zero.) But, the Clever Girls Collective said that pearltrees was going to somehow help me shop, and since the event was co-hosted by Beth Blecherman of TechMamas and Cool Mom Tech, I knew it had something to do with technology. But how? Well, here is how. Below is my very own pearl - and its little offshoot-pearls - containing my birthday and holiday wish-list. If I add items to this tree, it will update above. As it turns out, I've gone totally wild with pearl-ing. At first I believed my holiday list would be a mile long. So here is my general "shopping" pearltree: I've also created pearltrees for pretty standard things like restaurants, recipes, and photography. I admit that pearl-ing is pretty addictive. My various trees are always a work in progress.
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Ανοικτό Ίδρυμα Εκπαίδευσης Markup Flock (web browser) Support for Flock was discontinued in April 2011. A year later in April 2012 the old Flock website was back and carried a vague indication that the project might be resurrected, inviting readers to add themselves to a mailing list to receive future news. As of April 2013 the site redirected to another business, indicating that the resurrection of the web browser did not occur. Flock was the successor to Round Two, who raised money from Bessemer Venture Partners, Catamount Ventures, Shasta Ventures and other angel investors. Bart Decrem and Geoffrey Arone co-founded the company. Flock raised $15 million in a fourth round of funding led by Fidelity Ventures on May 22, 2008, for an estimated total of $30 million, according to CNET. The company's previous investors, Bessemer Venture Partners, Catamount Ventures, and Shasta Ventures, also participated in the round. Other features include: Upon exiting beta, Flock won a number of awards:
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