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Today in Cool Websites and Tools, we take a look at 5 cool websites, including setting up your own polls, a new cloud storage service that offers 100GB free to new signups, a way for trivia junkies to get their fix, interactive online courses for programmers and web developers, and an Android app that sends notifications through the device flashlight. Read on below!

PollSnack – is an easy online tool for polls & surveys, allowing you to create and conduct market questionnaires without having to learn complicated software. The reporting is very simple and straightforward, with results being displayed in real-time. PollSnack can be used by bloggers who want to set up a web poll, marketers and product managers who wish to conduct an online survey, as well as social networking users.

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Shared – is a new cloud storage service that helps people upload all their files quickly and efficiently from anywhere. Upload any file and send a link to anyone – there’s no requirement for them to sign up and there’s nothing to install. If you sign up today, you will receive 100GB of cloud storage space free, with the option to upgrade to paid plans with more storage and features.

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FACTSlides – Are you someone who likes to soak up trivia? If so, then you will like FACTSlides, which gives you random facts on lots of different subjects. Choose from a specific subject at the bottom of the screen, or choose to receive a random fact on any subject. You can also automate the facts to change as a slideshow after the time delay which you specify.

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CodeAvengers – has free interactive online courses that teach the basics of web development and computer programming (HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript), in a way that makes learning fun and effective. All levels are free for registered teachers – for students, level 1 is free while other levels are $5 per student. CA also has a 2-5 day camp that teaches 10-16 year olds the basics of computer programming.

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Flash Blink – notifies you about any incoming notifications on your Android device by triggering the flash light LED present behind the screen of your device. So now you can get notifications through the camera flashlight. It includes incoming calls, SMS, alarm, and third party applications.

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