Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.
This website describes itself as a social outlet for lovers of mobile phone apps which help you make the most of your smartphone.
It lists a range of paid-for and free apps, but it also focuses on the community aspect of sharing and rating them.
Developers can post their own apps on this site and earn a commission from any sales they make.
FLICKR SCHEDULR (http://schedulr.codeplex.com)
Shedulr allows you to get your photos onto a Flickr account when you are away from your PC.
Pictures are added to a queue and scheduled to upload when it will be less of a strain on your internet bandwidth.
You can specify which photosets and groups they should be added to within your Flickr account, and do not forget to change the access permissions which will be "public" by default.
TIME GLIDER (http://timeglider.com)
This computer tool allows you to build and share timelines for projects - it could help you to collaborate with people from all over the world.
A feature lets you add events from an RSS or Atom feed, a Flickr account, or even a Wikipedia timeline.
It makes for fascinating reading and will no doubt prove a useful tool for anyone who is studying history.
DIARY 29 (www.diary29.com)
An artist has committed to taking a photo a day throughout her 29th year.
She started her journey on her birthday in July 2009, and each day she is uploading a picture from her wanderings and a short description to give it context.
It is a fascinating travelogue through a year in someone's life.