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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including adding a like button to your website, a smart and beautiful chess game for the iPhone, reading to your child via the iPad, deciding what men’s urinal to use, and setting up a disposable address to protect your real address from spam. Read on below!

LikeBtn – allows you to add a Like Button to your website with just a few lines of code. Instead of the many social network like buttons which are normally scattered across blog posts, you can use the code provided by this website to embed a small like / dislike button on your posts, and if the person chooses “like”, they then have the option to promote the post on social media.

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Tall Chess – There are a lot of chess games for iOS but many of them have too many unnecessary elements which take up valuable screen estate at the expense of the most important thing of all – the board and the gameplay. Tall Chess is another chess game for iOS which takes up ALL of the screen with the board, and nothing else. Beautiful pieces and colored boards, and upgrade to play multiple games at once.

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Kindoma – Sometimes it is difficult for parents to spend quality time with their children, due to their work schedules and other commitments. This is where Kindoma comes in, if you have an iPad. The app allows a parent to read a story to a child through the app, with the iPad camera showing both mother and child in the top left and right of the screen.

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Urinal Man – is a very strange “learning urinal simulator” where you are given 6 test questions. Each question shows a line of male urinals with men standing at various ones, and you are asked which one you would likely go to, if you were there. You are then rated according to previous answers from other people, and at the end, given a grade. It’s not entirely clear what the grade is for, but the site is nevertheless amusing as a social experiment.

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Maildrop – Quite often you are asked for your email address when signing up for something online, whether it be a website login, a competition, online shopping or more. But maybe you don’t entirely trust the website with your email address? Then use Maildrop. This site gives you a disposable email address which you can use to disguise your real address. Spam is blocked on Maildrop so you can be assured of only receiving your genuine emails.

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