Tuesday, October 26, 2010

✍ FYI: Creating a Disposable Website for a "One-Time-Only" Event

For Your Information...
Are you planning a wedding, or an anniversary, re-union or a special get-together?

As friends and family are becoming more and more computer literate, it makes sense to try to use the technology to arrange events and celebrations, especially when guests may come from all corners of the globe. It is quite possible to create a blog for this or organize the whole thing via email, but there is an even more effective way: a disposable website.

Yes, I said a disposable website.  At disposablewebpage.com, they offer exactly that.

Each disposable webpage has a count down clock. You can set this clock to count down anywhere from 90 days to 0 days from the time the page is created.
When the remaining time reaches 00:00:00:00, the page is automatically set for disposal and will exist for 2 more weeks before it gets incinerated.
Disposablewebpage.com creates an instant wiki for you to edit, share and perhaps collaborate with your friends. This also means you reap all the benefits of a wiki system with rich text editing and collaboration built directly into the system - plus you have version control so you can easily revert back to previous forms if something goes wrong.

You can create a disposable website using their countdown for just about anything-
  • Count down to the weekend.
  • Count down to someone's birthday.
  • Count down to holiday trip.
  • Count down to exams.

You get the picture..


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