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Tools that might help with your project

Tumblr

A great service to set up a website for your project, Tumblr lets you effortlessly share anything. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos, from your browser, phone, desktop, email, or wherever you happen to be.

Flickr

A fantastically easy to use service on which to host images of your project.

Twitter

A micro-blogging platform that allows you to have conversations online and update people about your project.

TinEye

An online service that lets you track down the places that any given image has been used on the web.

Vimeo

A video hosting service which allows you to upload high quality video and embed it on your site. You can create your own 'Channel' as we have done for c4cc.

AudioBoo

A lovely little near-real-time audio blogging platform which allow you to record and upload interviews or other audio simply and easily

Perch

A very extensible little CMS system for the back end of your website

Writeboard

A simple, collborative whiteboard for group editing of text

TeuxDeux

TeuxDeux is a simple, designy, browser-based to-do app. Bare-bones but very easy to use.

Dropbox

By far the easiest way to share files and folders between multiple computers or participants

Posterous

You can post anything to Posterous (just about). The title of your e-mail becomes the title of the blog; the text becomes the content of the post. Attachments are automatically included. Handles photos, video, audio effortlessly. You don't need to be a geek to use it.

Milestone Planner

A real time collaboration tool. A simple way to agree and track who does what, by when. Create milestones, assign owners and track your progress - all via your web browser.

Doodle

A great way to schedule meetings - across platforms and over the web. Has a great deal of flexibility. Saves time and energy when you want to bring people together for a meeting.