Sunday, June 20, 2010 “Cool Websites and Tools [June 19th]” plus 5 more “Cool Websites and Tools [June 19th]” plus 5 more

Link to

Cool Websites and Tools [June 19th]

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 08:31 PM PDT

Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

List Your Website Here!


Ecofreek – Do you look around for free items online or trade items with your friends? If you do, then EcoFreek is the search engine for you. This web app searches 45+ sites for items that are free or available for swap from people who no longer need them. Read more: EcoFreek: Search For Free & Swappable Items On 45+ Sites At Once.


IdentityFinder – is a free tool for Windows users that searches for confidential information like credit cards and passwords on the computer and then presents certain options to deal with them and make it more secure. Read more: IdentityFinder: Find & Secure Confidential Information On Your PC.



ChessKid – The secret to playing great chess is starting early. All the great chess players started playing at an early age. The consensus is: the earlier, the better. If you are a parent whose child is showing an interest in chess, ChessKid is the best resource to teach chess to your son or daughter. Read more: ChessKid: Teach Chess To Kids & Do Multiplayer Chess Matches Online.



MakeItMP3 – YouTube has millions of music videos but sometimes all you want is the audio so you can listen to it on the go. MakeItMP3 is a simple tool for converting online videos to an mp3 file. To start just provide the URL of any YouTube video. Read more: MakeItMP3: Site For Converting Online Video To MP3.



Veganrecipe – If you remember, we wrote about, a site that can find all kinds of recipes without meat or any other non-vegetarian ingredient. sounds similar, right? Well, not only does it sound similar, but it looks almost the same as, except that the results are geared more towards a vegan crowd. Read more: Search For Vegan Recipes Online.


List Your Website Here!

These are just half of the websites that we discovered in the last couple of days. If you want us to send you daily round-ups of all cool websites we come across, leave your email here. Or follow us via RSS feed.

Follow MakeUseOf on Twitter. Includes cool extras.

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

A History Of Computer Viruses & The Worst Ones of Today [In Case You Were Wondering]

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 06:31 PM PDT

history of computer virusesToday it’s pretty uncommon to scan a Windows computer and not find at least one virus. These pieces of self-replicating code mimic their genetic namesake, spreading themselves as quickly as possible. They are so much a part of modern life that you’d think they were around since the first computer.

They weren’t. These modern marvels which are no force of nature have only been around for about 50 years, and every one of them is created by a human coder. Some do it for thrills, some do it for cash and some do it out of sheer boredom; all of them annoy the vast majority of computer users greatly.

Like most inventions, viruses have a history. Let’s take a look at the history of computer viruses and where the modern computer virus came from.

1944: In Theory

history of computer virusesJohn von Neumann – the brilliant mathematician who helped bring us nuclear energy, game theory and quantum theory’s operating mechanics – theorized about the existence of computer viruses as early 1944. In a series of lectures called “Theory of self-reproducing automata”  von Neumann contemplated the difference between computers and the human mind, and also about the possibility of self-relicating computer code.

Considering the modern computer virus is, essentially, self-replicating computer code adds to von Neumann’s impressive academic achievements, as such code is commonplace today.

Early 1960’s: The Creeper

One of the first viruses in history came over 20 years after von Neumann’s talks, and was called “Creeper.” This program managed to crawl its way around computer networks in the early 60’s via the ARPANET, an early precursor to the Internet.

So what damage did Creeper do to computers it infected? None, unless you count displaying the text “I’m the Creeper, catch me if you can!” damage. You could say it was more playful than anything, but it was a powerful proof of concept.

By 1974 there were already harmful viruses in the wild: Wabit was a virus that would replicate itself again and again until all system resources of a machine were utilized, crashing the machine entirely.

1982: Elk Clone

But such viruses couldn’t affect too many machines in a world where computers where uncommon and ran a wide variety of operating systems. Apple computers changed both those things in the late 70s, and by the early 80s the Apple computer was in thousands of households.

This, of course, opened the way for viruses to really spread. A program called Elk Cloner, written by a 15-year-old, spread itself via floppy disks. Like Creeper it really didn’t do a lot of damage; it would occasionally display a poem taunting the end-user and simply spread itself.

history of computer viruses

Rich Skrenta, the virus’s creater, called it “some dumb little practical joke.” That may have been so to him, but viruses would soon grow far beyond that.

The 1980s would see viruses appear for all the major platforms including IBM, Amiga, and even BSD UNIX. The diversity of computer operating systems on the market prevented viruses from spreading too quickly, however. That would change in the 90s.

1990’s: Windows Monoculture

Jump forward to 1995 and the vast majority of computers on the planet are running Microsoft Windows. This makes computers accessible to a larger number of people than ever before, but also creates a mono-culture in which viruses spread very quickly.

Another thing happened around this time that also helped viruses become commonplace: the birth of the modern Internet. The web changed the way we communicate, but also changed the way viruses spread. No longer contained on floppy discs, viruses could spread themselves very quickly in the Internet age.

By 1995 macro viruses began spreading via Microsoft Word. The sheer number of computer users with Microsoft Outlook installed meant viruses could spread quickly via email. Even instant messaging was compromised. Peer to peer networks like Napster, Limewire and Bittorrent all became common ways for viruses to spread as well.

Essentially any way information can travel can be utilized by viruses. In 2006 some iPods were even sold with viruses on them.

names of computer viruses

A seemingly eternal fight between virus creators and companies providing protection from viruses is still taking place. Viruses are significantly less common today as security improves, but still not completely eliminated.

The vast majority of viruses today infect the Windows operating system. There are a couple of reasons for this. The first is that Windows is by far the most common platform, meaning it is by far the platform most vulnerable to infection. Beyond this, however, alternative systems such as Linux and Mac OS X are less vulnerable to viruses because they lack a single registry and have stricter policies regarding what the user can and can’t edit without administrative rights.

The Worst Of Today

As with any sector of technology, viruses are always evolving. One of the fastest moving viruses today is Virus.Win32.Virut.ce, according to a recent article at SecureList. This virus is particularly good at inserting itself into software on your computer in such a way that it is difficult to remove.

Some software is more vulnerable to viruses than others, and right now the target de jour is Adobe’s suite of software. There are many viruses taking advantage of the ubiquity of Adobe Reader, for example, the most common of which right now is Exploit.Win32.Pdfka, according to Kaspersky. This virus, embedded in some PDF files, launches Javascript code that downloads files from the Internet without your consent.

There are always new viruses appearing “in the wild.” If you want to read about them as they come out, I highly recommend you check out Securelist.

If you want to read more about the history of computer viruses, I recommend Wikipedia’s fascinating timeline about computer viruses history or Snopes’ list of virus hoaxes and realities.


In the early days viruses were written for fun. Today viruses don’t seem that fun, particularly to someone with corrupted data. You can protect yourself, however. Check out out list of the top ten free antivirus programs for Windows.

Do you have any cool stories from the early history of computer viruses? Please share in the comments below! Please also share if you have anything to add to the admittedly brief history of viruses outlined above. Knowledge may not spread as quickly as a computer virus but it is far more useful. Share it below.

Got Questions? Ask Them Now FREE on MakeUseOf Answers!

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

How To Completely Restore Your Windows Computer To Factory Settings

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 03:31 PM PDT

how do i completely restore my computerMost computers from PC vendors come with certain pre-configured factory settings which are important to the computer’s operation. This is particularly true of laptops, which usually have special function buttons, and touch screen computers, which require special drivers in order to function. Of course, a computer from a factory also has default Windows settings and does not feature any of your own customizations.

There may come a time in your computer ownership that you decide to basically hit the reset button.

This may be because your computer was struck by a virus, or it may be because you are selling your computer and you want to make sure your personal information can’t be retrieved by the person you are selling to.

Whatever your situation, this guide will help you completely restore your computer to absolutely pristine factory settings.

Step 1: Save Files & Folders

Depending on your version of Windows and the recovery system your computer’s vendor uses, some of your settings and files may be saved when you restore your computer to factory settings. However, it is best not to rely on this.

how do i completely restore my computer

Treat your restoration to factory settings the same as you would a complete re-format of your hard drive. Assume all data will be lost and back up all crucial information to an external hard drive. Don’t bother backing up programs you can reinstall, but make sure to back up everything you don’t already have a copy of.

Also, make sure that you back up your browser information. The help website of the web browser you use should provide instructions on how to back up your browser. If you don’t do this you will lose all of your bookmarks and saved passwords.

Step 2: Start The Recovery Program

There are two common methods for returning your operating system to factory settings. One of these is to simply reinstall the operating system through the operating system’s own repair or reinstall process. With Windows this usually requires access to a Windows installation CD  or the creation of a boot CD. If you have this available, you can refer to our guide on how to re-install Windows.

However, most computer vendors no longer ship out a copy of the Windows installation CD with their computers. Instead, the computer ships with a recovery partition or recovery disk. Each vendor uses their own particular type of solution, but the basics of them are the same. The most common names used by each company for their recovery solution can be found below. Note that manufacturers do change names from time to time – usually it will simply be something with the vendor’s brand name and the word “recovery” included after it.

how do i completely restore my computer

  • Acer – Acer eRecovery
  • ASUS – ASUS Recovery Partition
  • Dell – Dell Factory Image Restore
  • Gateway – Gateway Recovery Management
  • HP – HP PC System Recovery
  • Sony – Sony Vaio Recovery Wizard

You can start the recovery program from within Windows. Alternatively – if perhaps your computer is having problems booting into Windows – you can usually access the recovery partition during your computer’s boot cycle. Pay attention to the display when your computer boots. There should be text indicating what button you need to press to start the recovery process. Typically, it will be a function key.

Step 3: Restoring To Factory Settings

Each vendor has their own recovery solution, so there is no way to provide a definitive guide to each and every vendor within the scope of this article. However, the general process of restoration almost always works like this.

  • First, you will start the restoration program in Windows.  The program will ask if you’d really like to begin the restoration process and warn you that your data could be (or will be) destroyed during the process.
  • Once you confirm that you would like to start the recovery process you’ll reach some sort of progress screen.  The computer may reboot to access this, or it may simply exit Windows and boot directly into the restoration program. At this point you’re set in your course – do not cancel the process. This can take half an hour to several hours depending on the speed of your computer.

how do i restore my computer to factory settings

  • Once the restoration to factory settings is complete the computer will reboot and begin the Windows setup process. You will have to set up your user account and your settings just as you did when you first purchased the computer.

Step 4: Finishing Restoration

Ideally, the factory restoration wizard will completely restore everything needed to make your computer fully functional. However, in some situations you may find that a few drivers were not installed. For example, you might find that the screen brightness buttons no longer work on your laptop.

If you run into this problem you’ll need to download the drivers for your computer, which can be found on the vendor’s support website. You can either enter the serial number of your computer to obtain the proper drivers or you can find your model of computer yourself.

how do i restore my computer to factory settings

Once you have downloaded the appropriate drivers and installed them your system will be returned to its original factory settings. It will work just as it did the day that you bought it.

Do you have any experiences – good or bad – about restoring computers back to their factory settings?  Do you have any tips or advice you would like to share with us?   If so, head towards the comments below.

MakeUseOf has teamed up with zozi to provide you (and a friend) a FREE 7-day, trip to New Zealand. Sign up now!

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

Basic Computer Terms You Should Know Before Buying A PC

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 12:30 PM PDT

basic computer termsHave you decided to get rid of that old paperweight and buy yourself a new computer? Good for you but before you go running out to buy the latest and greatest machine, there are some basic computer terms you should know. We will run through each of these terms for you and what they mean.

The terminology used below is the same for PCs and Macs and for desktops and laptops. If you have any doubts about the machine you are buying – don't buy it! Go and do some research online to see if you can do better. We actually have a couple of desktop and laptop recommendations, check then out if you’re in doubt.

When you are looking to buy a computer you will hear basic computer terms like the following:

The Processor

basic computer termsThis is the brain of your computer. It can also be referred to as the CPU. Processors come in many different varieties. Processor speed is measured in gigahertz or GHz. The higher GHz the faster the computer.

I am now using a 3.2GHz Intel Pentium Dual Core. Processors can also have dual or quad cores. This is essentially two or four processors in one respectively. The more cores the better but they will also be more expensive. We will also see terms like Core Duo, Core 2 Duo, i3, i5, and i7. It is important to know the differences between these options.

The Core Duo was the first dual core processor.  It consists of two cores on one die but the Core 2 Duo is a more modern processor that is found in a lot of new PCs. The Core 2 Duo has two dies. Then the i3 processor is a recent release by Intel for new low-end machines. Then the i5 and i7 are used with quad core processors and higher-end machines. The i7 is the top of this line and obviously the most expensive.

There are different brands of processors like Intel or AMD and different levels of processors like the Pentium 4 or the Atom. The Atom processor is a much slower processor used in netbooks.

Also when looking for a system you will see terms like Front Side Bus. This is not a big yellow bus. It is the speed that data can flow from the processor to the motherboard. The higher the FSB, the faster the processor can communicate with your machine. Something in the area of 266-333MHz is fine and some faster processors sport up to 400MHz FSB.


basic computer termsThe RAM or memory is what your computer uses to temporarily store information while you are using the computer. This can also be referred to as Random Access Memory. I personally would not buy a computer with less than 2GB of RAM. Your RAM Bus speed will need to be identical to your FSB speed as to not create bottlenecks. In a pre-built system this is not something you need to worry about but if you are building your own system then you will want to get memory that matches the FSB speed divided by the number of cores that you have. For example, if your system has a total FSB of 1600 and you have 4 cores (quad) then your RAM Bus speed should be 400MHz.

Optical Drive

basic glossary of computer termsThe optical drive in your computer should be able to read and write CDs and DVDs. If you have not purchased a computer in a while, some of the newer options might seem strange to you. You can have any one of these or a combination of these formats: DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-/+R, DVD-/+RW, DVD-RAM, Blu-ray, HD-DVD. A CD holds 700MB. A CD-R can read and write to a CD. A CDRW can read write and rewrite to a CD.

If you are getting a DVD burner you should try and get a drive that writes in all formats such as  +R or -R. They will all play in your computer but some other hardware might require one of these formats. A DVD can hold about 4GB of data. A DVD burner that allows you to burn a DL or dual layer disc will allow for double the capacity and can fit about 8GB of data on it.

Then we see the newer formats like Blu-ray and HD-DVD that allow you to burn and watch high definition videos or store even more data. A Blu-ray disk can hold a whopping 25GB in a single layer and 50GB if the disk is dual layered. HD-DVD disks can hold up to 15GB of data but I really do not see many systems or people using this format.

Wireless Network Card

basic glossary of computer termsIf your computer has a wireless card, you will be able to access the Internet without a wire connecting you to a router/modem. Wireless cards are rated by their speed.

The lowest speed starts from A and goes up through N. You will want to buy a computer with a 802.11g or 802.11n wireless connection.  802.11a can hit about 1 Mbit/s and 802.11b can get to about 11 Mbit/s. When we get to 802.11g, we can see speeds of up to 54 Mbit/s. And with 802.11n the newest iteration of wireless we can achieve 600 Mbit/s. I am using a 802.11n router personally but most of my equipment and peripherials use 802.11g. I find this to be fine for streaming video or audio and transfering files over my home network. But if you are constantly transfering huge files or folders you might want to jump right into the 802.11n game.

Network Card

basic glossary of computer termsYour computer should have an Ethernet port on it. This port will allow you to physically connect to the internet or your internal network by plugging it into your router/modem.

Normally any machine you will buy now has a Gigabit connection. Gigabit is represented as 100/1000 and there are also 10/100 connections. That number is how many megabits you can transfer per second.

Operating System

easy to understand online basic computer termsThis is the software that makes your computer go. You can buy a computer with the Mac OS X operating system or Windows 7 or any flavor of Ubuntu Linux as well.

You can also buy a computer without an operating system to install it yourself. This is the key part of your system as well as normally the most expensive. But, if you choose Ubuntu or another flavor of Linux then your operating system is free.

Hard Drive

easy to understand online basic computer termsThis is where you will store all your files whether it be music, movies or word documents. You will need a hard drive to store them on.

Hard drives are rated by size and speed. A typical new computer will come with a 7200 rpm SATA 100GB drive but this may vary. Laptop hard drives spin at a speed of 5400 rpm. The higher the rpm or rotations per minute, the faster you will be able to access the data on your drive. The 100GB drive  will hold approximately 28,560 digital photos or up to 25,000 songs (MP3).

Older machines will have IDE drives. SATA and IDE drives have different connectors. On some newer machines, we can also opt for a SSD or Solid State Drive. The SSD has no moving parts and is less likely to fail and much quicker but it is also much more expensive.

If you need more space you should get a bigger drive or you can buy a portable USB hard drive to attach to your computer.

Video Card

easy to understand online basic computer termsThis is the part of your computer that allows you to show what you are doing. Without a video card, you would not be able to see what you are doing on your monitor.

Different video cards have different abilities like the option to use multiple monitors, have a HDMI output or even the ability to watch HD movies on your computer. This has never been important to me and I always take whatever is available.

Some video cards use part of your system’s RAM. You can avoid this by getting a video card with its own memory. A good brand is NVidia. Some computers also have integrated video cards as opposed to a seperate video card. I prefer a separate video card to an integrated one. But if an integrated card has all the features and memory you are looking for by all means go for it. The integrated option is almost always cheaper.

There are also computer components like the monitor, keyboard and mouse but we’re pretty sure that you’re familiar with those basic computer terms.

Now, you have a basic knowledge of what you are looking for start shopping around. The best deals are found online and it is a fact that a PC is much cheaper than a Mac unless you are building a Hackintosh! You could also build your own PC if you are feeling confident enough.

Hey Facebookers, make sure to check out MakeUseOf fan page on Facebook. Over 20,000 fans already!

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

AnyBizSoft PDF to Word Converter Giveaway Winners

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 10:00 AM PDT

Congratulations to the 60 lucky giveaway winners! You’re going to be more productive with your free copy of AnyBizSoft’s PDF to Word Converter for Windows and Mac. We hope that you enjoy this application.

Don’t forget that the zozi New Zealand giveaway will only be running for one more week. So check it out and sign up if you haven’t already.

So, let’s find out if you’re one of the lucky winners!

  1. Andrew Lee
  2. Andrew Wetmore
  3. Chris Giddens
  4. Ahmad Shafat
  5. Alexander Flores
  6. Michael Merker
  7. Jo Anne Miller
  8. Marty Marshfield
  9. Sue Bailey
  10. Peter Atkinson
  11. Pete Plumer
  12. Richard Mcintosh
  13. George Rix
  14. Jason Reid
  15. Daniel Ooi
  16. Robert LoBiondo
  17. Jeffrey Wada
  18. David Vale
  19. Lynn Palacios
  20. Marcelo Ortiz
  1. Wing kuang
  2. Ed Brownstein
  3. Sean Noble
  4. Robert Ashmore-Harris
  5. Scott Hawkins
  6. Abhishek Nair
  7. Gianluca Palmisano
  8. Elizabeth A Nicklis
  9. Wm. Beville
  10. Steve Grossbard
  11. Amy McGonagle
  12. Lucas Szymanowski
  13. Jost Krieger
  14. Deborah Clark
  15. Michael Riley
  16. Jeevanand Shanmugam
  17. Mark Rushton
  18. Karthik Yalamanchili
  19. Phil Petty
  20. John Atkinson
  1. Keith Sanders
  2. Jasjeev Singh Anand
  3. Kevin Mah
  4. Shivakumar Narayanan
  5. Les Siewert
  6. Rick McIntire
  7. J C Gordon
  8. Firdaus Mat Nayan
  9. Madhavi Ghare
  10. Loretta Wood
  11. Jason Cooksey
  12. Sara Ebrahem
  13. Veronica Ng
  14. Peter Staples
  15. Leanne Arent
  16. Chuck Bell
  17. Teresa Ellsworth
  18. Kosta Dimcevski
  19. Kevin Darbro
  20. Gary Li

MakeUseOf would like to thank Ricky from AnyBizSoft for his generosity while participating in this giveaway. Interesting in sponsoring? We’d love to hear from you. Get in touch with us via email.

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

Pluggio – A Great Online Twitter Client For Netbook Users

Posted: 19 Jun 2010 09:31 AM PDT

twitter client you don't have to downloadIt seems that every other web application that is popping up these days somehow has something to do with Twitter. And why shouldn’t it? Long gone are the days when you had to explain to people what Twitter was, and it has since become a common household name. One of the latest websites catering to the seemingly insatiable Twitter demand is Pluggio, a third party web-based Twitter client you don’t have to download.

Pluggio is entirely web-based, which is great news for netbook users who don’t want to use up precious resources on a Twitter client. And as far as web-based clients are concerned, Pluggio certainly gives the other apps a run for their money. With the free version of Pluggio, you get 150 scheduled tweets and 1000 Twitter API calls per day. You can also add up to 5 different Twitter accounts to follow. Despite capping certain features in the free version, there are a lot of reasons to give Pluggio a try.

Browsing tweets is divided into a series of tabs – under the heading of Twitter Streams. You can browse all your DMs and replies together, browse replies only, or even your own tweets. Other tabs include your received and sent messages, your favourite tweets, and saved searches.

twitter client you don't have to download

You can also add other Twitter users or lists, essentially bookmarking them for easy access.

twitter client you don't have to download

One of our favourite Pluggio features is the ability to see which of your tweets have been retweeted and by who.

twitter client

From any given tweet you can choose to reply to the person who tweeted it, or all people mentioned in it, follow or unfollow users, view profiles, and direct message the user. You can also add the tweet to your favourites, or a user to one of your lists.

When retweeting, you can choose to either edit or add your two cents to the tweet, or retweet verbatim using Twitter’s native retweet method.

twitter client

One of the major criticisms of Twitter as a service has been how difficult it can sometimes be to follow a conversation, and sadly, Pluggio has not taken this into account, and this is probably the biggest drawback to using their service.

Information included on a user’s profile includes their bio, real name, number of friends and followers and the number of updates. One inaccurate piece of information that seems to be featured on all profiles is the date they joined – all defaulting to December 1969.

twitter client

Tweeting from Pluggio is easy. Simply click the green speech bubble, and a small window will come up allowing you to type your tweet, shorten links, schedule your tweet, and choose what other services you want to update simultaneously. Another shortcoming is the inability to add pictures directly from within Pluggio.

twitter clients

With integration, Pluggio allows you to simultaneously send your update to other social networks such as Facebook, FriendFeed, Google Buzz and LinkedIn. Once you’ve entered your API, each service that has already been added to your Ping account will be available on Pluggio. You can choose to simultaneously update several services at the same time all the time, or on a case-by-case basis.

twitter clients

Scheduling tweets can be done in one of two ways.

twitter clients

You can add Tweets to a rolling schedule or schedule it for a specific time. The rolling schedule defaults to once every hour, every day of the week, but can be edited to suit your preferences.

Once you have your rolling schedule set up to suit your needs, any tweets you add to it will be listed with the times they are to be posted.

To schedule a tweet for a specific date and time, simply enter the details as shown in the screenshot below.

Pluggio can also suggest new people to follow based on certain criteria that you can choose in the settings. You can add filters of either specific keywords used in tweets, or tweets within a radius of a certain location. These results can be further narrowed down by restrictions on the number of followers/friends, when they last tweeted, or how old their account is.

You can also receive ‘unfollow suggestions,’ if being followed back is an issue that concerns you. All suggestions can also be delivered to you by email. Suggestions for free accounts are capped at 40 per day.

Another unique Pluggio feature is the ability to add RSS feeds from your favourite websites, or specific search terms on Yahoo or Google, and follow them right there alongside your tweets.

A list of the latest blog posts, or search results will be displayed, and from there you can schedule a tweet of the link, flag the story, edit and tweet or retweet instantly. It may not be instantly obvious how to remove an RSS feed or search term. Clicking the feed’s icon will allow you to edit or delete it. With the free version of Pluggio you can only add up to 5 RSS feeds or Google/Yahoo search feeds.

Additional features are the ability to search public timeline, manage your Twitter lists, and Pluggio also has a bookmarklet which you can drag to your bookmarks bar to quickly tweet links you visit in your browser. The site still has a bit of room for improvement, and with the introduction of a few of the missing essential features, it will become a true powerhouse for all your tweeting needs.

Be sure to also take a look at Mahendra’s article featuring 4 web-based Twitter clients that will also come in handy with netbook users.

Have you used Pluggio? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.

Our latest mega giveaway: zozi is sponsoring a FREE 7-day, wine-tasting trip in New Zealand for two. Here’s how you can sign up. Contest ends June 25th.

Similar MakeUseOf Articles

No comments:

Post a Comment