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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including a FB phishing protector, a complex text simplifier, marking up images collaboratively, getting answers to your tax questions, and extracting IDs, classes and inline styles from HTML. Read on below!

Rewordify – is a free website that converts advanced written language into less complex language. It’s perfect for assisting students with understanding complex written language. Paste or type the text that needs to be simplified into the box on the Rewordify web page, and within seconds a simplified version will appear.

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Extractcss – If you are looking for a tool that can extract IDs, classes and inline styles from an HTML document and output them as a CSS stylesheet, check out extractCSS.com. It’s an easy-to-use web app where you simply enter your HTML document, select options of your interests and extractCSS will do the rest for you. It is free and no download required.

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Marqueed – is a simple and easy to use web app that lets users share & communicate about pictures securely. It allows people to easily “point” at a part of the image while talking about it, and it keeps all conversations organized for you. With super-easy sharing thrown in, Marqueed saves you time and increases productivity.

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FB Phishing Protector – There are many scamming attempts that happen on Facebook, putting your account at risk. This extension is made to protect you against those threats. Facebook™ Phishing Protector will alert you when a suspicious activity is detected, such as a script injection attempt or a website other than Facebook™ that’s requesting your personal info.

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1099.is – Earning money on the Internet though services like Google, Etsy, Kickstarter, Airbnb, TaskRabbit & eBay, has never been simpler. In fact, people are even leaving their “traditional” jobs to work solely online. Unfortunately, figuring out the tax implications from this income is difficult. 1099 is here to help you understand your taxes in the Sharing Economy.

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  1. Prasanth M
    October 12, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Rewordify is a great tool which every beginner in English should use as it obviates the need for looking into the dictionary for new words.

  2. Steve Weber
    August 28, 2013 at 11:22 pm

    My students are using Rewordify.com and it helps them a lot. I encourage other high school teachers to check it out. Do the teacher demo on the home page. It's not perfect (it misses some hard words and phrases here and there). But, it's a great alternative to dictionaries

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