Cool Websites and Tools [January 21st 2013]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [January 21st 2013]

 

Career Igniter – There are various ways in which you can create a CV using both desktop as well as online applications. If you are on somebody else’s computer and do not have a suitable application to install, then online apps are the way to go. One online app that you will find particularly suitable for this purpose is Career Igniter. Read more: Career Igniter: Easily Create a Resume & Download It In The DOC Format

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CamVintagizer – Visual image filters can add wonderful visual appeal to digital photographs. Sometimes the best visual filter for your images is one that gives it an old, vintage look. If you want to be able to take photographs from your phone and apply vintage effects filters to the images using the same device, you should check out an app called CamVintagizer. Read more: CamVintagizer: Apply Vintage Effects to Photos on Your Windows Phone

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 21st 2013]

 

TeamLab – Editing documents online is a feature that all of us need. Every now and then there are times when you are using somebody else’s computer and they do not have a PDF reader, a DOCX reader, or some other reading application that you need to open and view & edit your documents. This is where online document editors come into play and help you out. One of the latest web services in this category is the only such HTML5 tool so far called TeamLab. Read more: TeamLab: A Comprehensive Online Document Editor Based On HTML 5

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 21st 2013]

 

TagMyDoc – Today, most students in a classroom have a smartphone with them. Rather than giving them physical papers to take home, teachers can simply give them QR codes to scan to view any documents that needs to be shared. A service that lets you generate these codes for digital documents is TagMyDoc. Read more: TagMyDoc: Get QR Codes For Uploaded Digital Documents

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [January 21st 2013]

 

RomanjiDesu – People who are learning to read and write Japanese realize that they can use all the help they can get particularly because Japanese is a complicated language with multiple romanizations and syllabaries. If you are looking for a helpful dictionary to convert words between Japanese and English, you should check out RomajiDesu English Japanese Dictionary and Converters. Read more: RomajiDesu : A Dictionary & Writing Converter To Learn Japanese

 

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Nina Gorbunina

Thank you for including Teamlab! We are very happy to appear here)
Welcome to our Facebook Community – http://www.facebook.com/TeamLab

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Rubis Song

I really like the idea behind TagMyDoc. Will try to implement it in my group and see how its work. Thanks for sharing.

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