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My image   SVGeezy – SVG is an image format designed to scale indefinitely to any screen size, be it your smartphone or a 27′ iMac. So even if you increase the scale of such image in your browser it will show with a lossless quality. However, some of the older browsers still don’t support this format. SVGeezy is a handy JavaScript plugin that solves this issue.

My image   Simple Shutdown Timer – If you are using the latest version of Mac OSX, you instantly notice that Apple has done a great job with how sleep and instant-on works, that shutting down your Mac after use becomes less of an option. But if you can’t let go of your habit of shutting down your computer, then you can check out Simple Shutdown Timer. Read more: Simple Shutdown Timer: Schedules Sleep, Restart, & Shutdown For Mac
My image   nvpy – If you are a fan of fluid, and file agnostic note-taking apps like Notational Velocity, Linux users can now enjoy something similar with nvpy. This app is the closs-patform equivalent of Notational Velocity for OS X or ResophNotes for Windows. Unlike other note-taking apps that requires you to make a new note for each new entry. Read more: nvpy: Light Speed Note-Taking for Linux
My image   News Factory – Your web browser’s browsing history includes all the websites that you read to get news and updates from. Here to help you get the latest articles from those websites easily is a browser tool called News Factory, a browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension helps you get the latest news and updates from your favorite websites which you have visited in the past. Read more: News Factory: Read Websites & Social News Using Chrome’s Browsing History
My image   SiteCake – is a brand new CMS editor designed with small businesses in mind, focusing on allowing site editors to edit with minimal fuss and no technical knowledge. SiteCake lets editors edit the site while they browse it, including the ability to drag and drop media directly into the page. Unlike some of the more powerful CMS tools available, SiteCake has decided to limit the features. Read more: SiteCake: Content Management Which Is A Piece Of Cake


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  1. Kay Fritz
    December 22, 2012 at 5:28 pm

    SVG is not a new image format, actually it is quite old and it never got the attention it should have. But that´s they way it is. We tried pushing it for years, but no one really was interested because it was so hard to create animations.

    • Kaly
      December 23, 2012 at 12:05 pm

      Thanks for pointing it out. I have updated the post now.

  2. pp potana
    December 22, 2012 at 11:06 am

    really nice of you guys to update awesome website your page a lot :)

  3. Phil Botsky
    December 22, 2012 at 8:50 am

    Cool sites especially SiteCake and SVGeezy. Thanks.

  4. Rajaa Chowdhury
    December 22, 2012 at 6:29 am

    I discovered two two very good learning website for kids uptil university and even life long studies. One is our YouTube Education Portal (in lines with iTunesU). Great totally free resource. .

    Another is a very new website which has gone live : (Check it out with your FaceBook login)

    • Lisa Santika Onggrid
      December 23, 2012 at 12:17 pm

      Don't have Facebook :I
      Well, Khan Academy is nice enough for me, at least.

      • Rajaa Chowdhury
        December 23, 2012 at 12:34 pm

        Chillax Lisa :)

        In you can also sign up for me without Facebook but suggested Facebook ID just to save the hassle of signing up.

        If you like Khan academy, you would love the YouTube Education Portal. You must be aware that all the Khan academy videos are actually hosted on YouTube itself and in their Channel you can see subject wise Playlists. However, in YouTuve Education, also other pretigious education institutes feature and you can pull out related videos under Primary and Secondary Education, University and Lifelong subjectwise from various renowned sources by a single list down query. I find that very convenient rather to visit multiple websites or channels. Try and tell me if you like it or not. Also you would need no signup here. :P

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