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Today on Cool Websites and Apps, we are going to take a journey into Middle Earth.
Better known as Copy & Paste, a tool for students to lift passages from Wikipedia, the Clipboard can save you loads of typing time. We’ll show you how to use it like a pro.
The whole process of setting up a WordPress site is a huge subject. Here are 5 apps and tools that make the task a little easier.
Down the years, interesting “mashups” made by the mapping community have added to the popularity of Google Maps. Here are 5 which we found, which are either useful or just plain interesting.
Chrome is leading the way with its HTML5 experiments, showcasing exactly what the browser is capable of, and more. Below are 5 Chrome experiments you should check out
If there was one thing the Web was made for, it was for comic book reading. Instant downloads, lots of fan information, and no waiting in line at the comic book store anymore.
How do you feed your movie addiction? Today on Cool Websites and Apps, we are going to show you 5 Internet resources if you want to take your movie obsession to the next level.
Your health is extremely important, so it pays to have a collection of tools and resources at your disposal to fight off that flab and keep that ticker in tip-top shape.
URLs: you can shorten them, expand them, send them to other devices, open multiple URLs at once, have a one-click self-destructing URL and much more.
Reluctant to spend a few hundred bucks on a glorified word processor? You can get Microsoft Office for cheap and alternatives for free. You’ve got many options and we offer a summary.
We live in a stressful world these days, in a jungle where survival of the fittest rules. Grocery shopping, doctors appointments, picking the kids up from school, walking the dog, work overtime, family commitments, lack of sleep, nagging spouse… I could go on. By the end of the day, you are crawling into your bed, […]
Cool Websites & Tools – Give To Charities, Weather In Your Browser, & Grade Quizzes With Your iPhone
SnapDonate – enables you to quickly give money to your favourite charities on the go. Simply point the app at a charity logo and it’ll automatically recognise it. Even offline. Donations are all securely handled by JustGiving, the world’s top fundraising platform. SnapDonate takes no fee, stores no personal data, and shows no ads. Pure […]
Ever since OS X Yosemite came out, everyone has been looking to see if they can find the features not so widely reported by Timmy up on his stage.
Cool Websites & Tools – Private Social Media, Get Info On Meeting Participants, & Reader-Powered Publishing
MeWe – is a “private communications network” for social media. MeWe lets you share anything – photos, videos, voice messages, editable documents, mail, chat, and more. The unique permission controls let you decide who can see your content, preventing creepy strangers and ‘friends of friends’ from peeking. You can even make yourself invisible to other […]
Cool Websites & Tools – Gmail Inbox Checker, Watch Videos With Someone Far Away, & Check Your Password Strengths
Checker Plus for Gmail – Get desktop notifications, read, listen, archive or delete emails without opening a Gmail tab & easily manage multiple accounts. It claims to be the fastest and easiest way to manage multiple email accounts. It also supports the new “Inbox by Gmail”. Kick With Chrome – Google Chrome has given birth […]