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Website of the Day: Moodmill

How are you feeling today? There's now a new website that will help you track your moods and share them with friends and family so they can be warned when you're in a less than friendly mood. Moodmill is a social mood management site (ever heard that before?) that will help you stay in touch with your online contacts by creating a log of how you are feeling. Once you sign-up (which they promise is quick and painless), you'll learn how to produce a mood. First you write down what your concerns are and how you feel at that moment, then you choose your mood on the mood meter and press submit. Voila - you've created an online mood manager! To learn how to post your favorite sites to the Website of the Day group,

I know that this long list looks scary, but trust me, once you get the hang of it, it'll be a snap the second time around.

  1. First of all, join the Website of the Day group
  2. Click "Create and Share!" on the left hand side
  3. Choose "Blog"
  4. Give your photo a Title
  5. Leave the category as "general"
  6. Change the channel to "technology and gadgets"
  7. Add keyword(s) (for example mine for this photo was "Website of the Day")
  8. Click on the "Add Image" link below the "body" box
  9. A popup window will happen - click on "Browse" to find your image on your computer
  10. Once you have the image chosen, click "Submit"
  11. The popup will show you your image, choose size: "normal" - if you want, you can give it a title (which will show up as a caption)
  12. Click "Insert" and the popup will go away
  13. Your "body" box will now have some text in it. Leave it as is. If you want to add some text before the picture telling me why you love the website, do it before the code that has appeared.
  14. Click Submit

So join the Website of the Day group and share information about all of your favorite sites! Yours just might end up on the geeksugar homepage!

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Nitrobezene Nitrobezene 9 years
Hmm this is odd to me...
museanima museanima 10 years
I dont know about every one else, but when i'm in a bad mood, i'm usually going going to get on the computer or especially not want to advertise it to the world.
fekimoki fekimoki 10 years
I'm Felix, the founder, designer & programmer of MoodMill. Thanks geeksugar for putting MoodMill as website of the day. And also I'd like to thank geeksugar's member especially those who comment.
naughtymonkey01 naughtymonkey01 10 years
My friend and are always reading each other's journals and stuff (we are crazy (lol) they are both online) so I can see us using it...Although i should tell her to send it to her bf! ~*~The Penguins are slowly stealing my sanity~*~
koreniebear koreniebear 10 years
thats cool and all but i don't want everyone readin my journal. my mood is a personal thing.
Megami76 Megami76 10 years
I think I would be irritated if someone sent me email updates to go on a webpage to see how they're feeling today.
bitesize bitesize 10 years
This is really good for those who are asked to keep a journal of their mood, this website may make it more fun. Thanks for sharing, I'm going to definitely pass it along.
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