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Connect with Santa Claus on the Web!

Posted by TeamITI on December 18, 2009

Still not sure if your wishlist really found the way to Santa Claus? Maybe you need some technical support! 🙂

This holiday season, the guys from Mashable scoured the ‘Net for the five best ways to connect with Father Christmas, from the iPhone version of a letter to Santa, to some sleigh-tracking GPS tools:

“Back in the old days, the only way to get an audience with Santa was to head to the mall and wait in line for a chance at the fat man’s knee. Today’s kids have a wealth of online options for hooking up with the Claus. … If you have kids (or are just a big kid yourself), we think you’ll enjoy sharing these holiday web treats.”

Click here to see 5 ways to connect with Santa online this Christmas! Much better than just hoping for him to come around your house this year, isn’t it? 😉

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One Response to “Connect with Santa Claus on the Web!”

  1. brandy said

    A pleasure to come to your site. Thanks very much!

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