Internet Dask Top Sharing Tools

Probably my favorite because of it’s ease of use and the fact that you can use it to remotely access your PC or MAC also! Yuuguu is completely free and allows you to instantly share your screen with anyone. Works well through firewalls
also and on MACs.

CroosLoop is also very easy to use, but requires that each party install the CrossLoop software onto their computers. Uses 128-bit encryption and allows for file-sharing also.

Another popular service for remote desktop sharing. Easily access remote PC’s by installing a client software onto each machine. Good for remote PC trouble-shooting, etc.

A good free tool for online collaboration, desktop sharing, and remote PC access. No registration required, no logins, very easy to use. Uses SSH to make connections to other PC’s.

SkyFex allows remote watching and remote control in real time. Does not require additional software installation and works transparently through NAT and Firewalls. Only for IE though.

TeamViewer has a couple of features, such as remote control of PCs, screen sharing, file transfer, chat ability, and is secure. Have to install the TeamViewer software for it to work.

A free software that lets others watch your screen in real time. No need to install any software, which is a plus. Works with Windows, Mac and Linux

If you know of one that I missed or think is better, post a comment! Enjoy!


Sun & Moon In Jars

Highly efficient solar cells are stored inside the Sun and Moon jars, which are powered by a rechargeable battery and LED lamps. The magic begins when the jar is placed in direct sunlight to create an electrical current which charges the battery over the course of a few hours. The energy stored inside the jar is used at night to power the LED lamps.

The frosting on the jar diffuses the light to give it the appearance of sunlight coming from the jar. There’s no switch on the Sun Jar, nor are there any visible controls. The light sensor located inside the jar activates the LEDs in the jar when it gets dark, so you have light where ever you go!

Because the Sun Jar is built inside a mason jar, it’s air and water tight, which means the jar can be left outside in any weather conditions. The jars make great garden lights, as well as night lights for small children. Because the jar needs direct sunshine to work, it’s best to place them in a window which gets lots of shade. The jars use a AA battery, which is completely replaceable.