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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including discovering your social value in society, tools to improve and enhance your images, creating cool HTML5 charts, having your Twitter and Facebook accounts analyzed, and having new toothbrushes delivered to your door. Read on below!

Social Price – Discover your value in society. Through different aspects, you will be able to calculate what your value is and share it with whomever you like. You will be able to discover how the place you live, the way you take care of yourself, what your social relationships are like and what your personality is like influences your value. Available for both iOS and Android.

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Viscomsoft – is a collection of online resources and software downloads to improve and enhance your images. Choose from resources such as a QR code generator for images, capturing webcam images to AVI, creating animated GIF’s, cropping and converting to other image formats, and more. The emphasis does seem to be on GIF creation however.

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Charts Ninja – allows you to create beautiful HTML5 graphs & charts for your website for free. With the unique charts creator wizard you’ll be able to create charts on-the-fly without any prior knowledge. Compatible with all major browsers, you can publish to your website using just a few lines of code.

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Toothbrush Subscriptions – Next time you brush your teeth, take a good look at your toothbrush. Are the brushes all frayed and bent? Then it’s time to buy a new brush and Toothbrush Subscriptions can help. The service provides you with a new toothbrush every 3 months, delivered straight to your door, as the other one is ready to be discarded.

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Social Mirror – allows you to know more about yourself and your relationships by analyzing your Facebook and Twitter timelines. It analyses the “mood” of your tweets (positive, negative, neutral), what your “top tweet” is (in terms of sharing and favourites), and it lists your tags, with the most common ones enlarged. It does tend to overdo it though by listing all your tweets and all your links.

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  1. Saikat B
    August 2, 2013 at 8:31 am

    Toothbrush Subscriptions does prove that the entrepreneurial opportunities in the little things.

    • Mark O'Neill
      August 2, 2013 at 6:23 pm

      Pretty soon we won't have to leave our homes for anything.

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