This week, we’re looking at a service that might make the online world a little safer, and a Twitter app that might spell the end for manual scheduling as we know it. We’ve also got a tool that makes resizing images a breeze.
1. tru.ly useful. Have you ever wanted a single, verified identity on the Internet? tru.ly might make this a reality by verifying your social network identity, giving you your own QR code and a personal URL. It also allows you to verify the identities of other people, making offline interactions safer (theoretically). For the time, it appears the service is only available to residents of the U.S.. Check out the FAQs for more information.
2. Quench your wonderlust with Wanderfly.com. This is ace! Wanderfly helps you discover new places to travel in the simplest way possible. All you need to do is follow the basic prompts on the landing page and your inspiration is delivered. Flight availability and prices are on hand, too. You’ll probably see some copycat versions of this in the very near future. More at ReadWriteWeb.com.