Icebrrg featured in University of Central Florida podcast

Icebrrg featured in University of Central Florida podcast

 

Once you start getting buzz amongst the web gurus on collge campuses, you know you are well on your way to going viral--at least we hope so! 

Check this out; Icebrrg was recently featured in a University of Central Florida Digital Media Podcast.  Apparently Melissa and Joey agree that Element Fusion has created a product that makes creating web forms chillingly simple.   

Check out The Web Corner's podcast episode 29.  Play the podcast at the bottom of the page--if you fast forward to about 8:30 you will hear them talk about Icebrrg for three minutes. 

They liked the way it was so easy to set up and how you can actually drag and drop the fields you want to include in the contact/feedback form.  They also like that it is possible to place the form directly on the website so that it takes on the look and feel of your website instead of taking a visitor off to another site where they are subjected to advertising.  They especially liked the way Icebrrg helps you organize all of your form entries into one excel spreadsheet that you can download and analyze later.

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1. Kuldeep wrote:
Review by David Craig for Rating: In my home shop, I have a variety of power tools that reqiure height and tension adjustments and use machine bolts and screws for that purpose. I like a clutter free shop and sometimes the need to have a ratchet and a handful of sockets out is a bit annoying, this item helps alleviate that. As advertised and already listed, this wrench has 16 of the most frequent socket sizes installed on one hand tool. I can dial the socket size I need and not have to frequently pull out a socket set. I do work on my lawnmower and I also take apart, store, and pull back out furniture items that use nuts and bolts also. Would I say that this one tool would replace a mechanic's tool set? No, probably not. But it does make life a little easier for me. If I need to perform any car repair, I do have my ratchet sets. If I am under the car and in difficult spots under the hood, a ratchet still is the best choice. It may ,however, be quite useful as a breaker bar. Special items to note -1. The sockets are 6 point and not the cheaper 12 point versions. For those that are unfamiliar with the difference, professionals will use 6 point sockets because they have less of a tendency to round over bolts. 12 point sockets can do a lot of damage to a bolt when applied with too much torque. I am pleased they went with the higher end sockets.2. This tool, in most situations, will reduce the need for deep sockets and will reduce the amount of times you need to use a wrench instead of a socket. Sometimes bolts are long and when you attempt to use a socket, the socket is too short to fit over the bolt. I run into this when assembling and disassembling my kitchen table. I have to use a wrench because the socket bottoms out on the bolt before touching the nut. The way this is designed, the bolt (most times) could slide through the socket on the opposite side, allowing the socket to grip the nut firmly. 3. Only complaint of this tool (and not really a large one) is that the 45 and 90 degree stops for the sockets do not lock. There is a stop for the angles, but not a full locking mechanism. During high torque situations, this might make for more tricky situations. This is where the choice of using 6 point, rather than 12 point sockets is a large factor.

Wed, September 5, 2012 @ 6:33 PM

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