Five Cool Things You Need to See on the Web


As you probably know, the web is filled with tons of cool stuff. There are great places to get information, entertainment, and much more. Here are five
things that we think you need to check out.

1.) Crackle – Free Movies and TV Shows, Courtesy of SONY



Crackle is SONY’s free streaming service. It has been around for quite some time, but not as many people know about it (Maybe they should hire Brawn Media). If you’ve run out of things to watch on Hulu or Netflix, it’s worth taking a look at seeing what this site has to offer. You can usually find original movies, new shows, and more.

2.) Vice News’ Documentaries – Making the News Exciting Again



Variety is the spice of life, and those of us who are news junkies probably realize that this ingredient is missing from most channels. Vice News’ documentaries
cover stories you won’t hear about anywhere else, and they’re beautifully shot. Ironically, it will be hard to stop watching once you get started.


3.) Pixlr – A Free High Quality Photo Editor



Many people seem to think that photo editing can be expensive, and difficult to do. This online application is easy to use, and does a great job of providing
you with a suite of graphic creation options. Best of all, it’s easy to use.

4.) What the Font – Find Out the Name of a Font



This is a great tool for graphic designers. If there was a font used in a graphic and you wanted to find out what it was, this easy-to-use site can go
to work for you.


5.) Aquarius – The Popular New 1960s Crime Drama on Hulu



Imagine going back in time to the 1960s and being a fly on the wall to a compelling police story that involves Charles Manson. Aquarius is the streaming
TV series event that you need to experience for yourself. It stars David Duchovny as a detective who is hot on the trail of none other than the infamous
cult leader. This compelling drama is really one of the most engaging creations in the world of historical fiction. We recommend that you check out
the whole season while you can. It’s only available for the month of June!


Tell Us What You Think

We’re always interested in learning about new developments in the world of media. Do you think there are any websites, shows, or apps that we should
talk about for a future blog post? Let us know!