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Teachem – YouTube offers countless videos on a variety of topics including educational topics. Many of these videos serve as learning material and can be incorporated into actual educational courses. If you want to gather such educational videos and make a course out of them, then Teachem is the tool you need to use. Read more: Teachem: Design An Educational Course Out Of Video Lectures

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Obscurity – There are numerous applications available online that protect your files by a password. But there might be situations in which you do not want others to know that you are restricting their access to certain files. Here to help Mac users in such a situation is an app called Obscurity. Read more: Obscurity: A New Way To Hide Files On Your Mac


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JBStats – Many iOS device owners jailbreak their devices so they can make use of a wider range of features and iOS applications. But manually finding out which level of jailbreak is available for your device can be a bit difficult – quite a bit of Internet browsing might be required. Here to offer an easier alternative is a website called JB Stats. Read more: JBStats: Check The Jailbreak Status Of Your iOS Device


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Privacyfix – Computer users often have a lot of personal information stored on their Facebook and Google accounts. People would prefer this information of theirs to remain private and not be available to the public. To ensure this, you must recognize the privacy in your Facebook and Google settings and remedy them. Here to help do that is a free to use web service called Privacyfix. Read more: Privacyfix: Detect and Fix Your Google & Facebook Privacy Issues


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SimplyTestable – Website creators often have to run various site tests after they have built their website. One of these tests is a W3C validation test that checks whether or not your HTML and CSS has been coded according to web standards. Here to help you by automating the testing procedure is a free to use website called Simply Testable. Read more: SimplyTestable: Run Automatic HTML Validation Tests For Your Site


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  1. Alexander
    February 11, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Teachem is a great site where you can learn almost everything, from computer tech, to international languages :D

  2. Efi Dreyshner
    February 11, 2013 at 1:56 am

    SimplyTestable looks nice.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Scott Macmillan
    February 10, 2013 at 12:25 pm

    Privacyfix seems to be a very useful app.Most of us don't read the fine print on sites about privacy.This should remedy most of the concerns on a couple of the larger sites.

  4. Ramamoorthy
    February 10, 2013 at 4:39 am

    Simply Testable is good ! Thank you for post :P

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