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Indianapolis Web Designer – Holiday Cheer Edition

Posted in: Blog, Tech Tips by admin on December 17, 2010

Here at the Online Architecture office we debated last week as to what subject matter we should cover in this edition of the Tech Tip. As we are only days away from Christmas, it’s easy to let off the accelerator a bit and take in all the season offers. With that in mind, what better way to enjoy than with a couple of trivial pursuits.

Ever wonder what you or your friends and family would look like dressed as dancing elves? Let the silliness ensue at ElfYourself.com. This site has been around for a while, but that doesn’t make it any less entertaining. Upload a few photos and you’re on your way.

In a similar vein, JibJab.com also offers several other lighthearted holiday-themed ecards and videos that you can personalize with photos. They offer a couple of free templates, but most require membership, including a $1 monthly fee. That’s small potatoes for a few giggles.

For those of you that enjoy games, Elf Bowling is a fun way to blow off a little steam. Try to roll a strike and prepare for the ridicule from your targets should you miss. You can download free, but limited, versions of two Elf Bowling games on the NStorm website or pay a small fee to unlock the full versions of the games.

Looking for something interactive for children, grandchildren, nieces or nephews? Visit NorthPole.com and explore all the resources and activities available to both adults and children.

Merry Christmas from the staff at Online Architecture!