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HTML Map Creator – There are many websites which make areas of images clickable. Clicking on a different area takes you to a different URL in the same window or a new browser. You can now add such multiple links to your images by using a web tool entitled HTML Map Creator, a free to use web service that lets you add multiple links to an online image. Read more: HTML Map Creator: Add Multiple Links To A Single Image

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GotSiteMonitor – This is a free to use web service that lets you set up an online monitor for all the websites that you are running. After creating a free account, you can very easily begin adding monitors for your website. You specify the name of the monitor, the URL of your website, the duration of time after which the app should check your site’s status, and the locations from which you want your site to be monitored. You can set up email, SMS, and phone notifications for when your website goes down. Read more: GotSiteMonitor: Monitor Your Website & Receive Instant Alerts When The Site Is Down


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Traxmo – Freelancers often have to closely monitor how long they have been working on a project because they often get paid by the hour. But rather than manually keeping a track of the minutes you have spent on a task and then multiplying the time with your working rate, you can make things much more convenient by using a website called Traxmo. Read more: Traxmo: Automatically Create Invoices Based On The Time You Have Worked On A Project


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Atooma – Phone customizations usually only let you change the screen wallpaper, color theme, and brightness options along with other basic adjustments. But if you want to have complete control over your phone and have it automatically execute your defined commands when certain events happen, you should try out an application called Atooma. Read more: Atooma: Have Your Device Automatically Execute Commands When Certain Events Happen [Android 2.1+]


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FlyingWindows – While using your computer, it is not easy to focus on one application at a time. You usually have various apps running simultaneously such as your browser and a text editor, and visible windows of other programs make it difficult to focus on the primary app you are using. Here to help Mac users with that is an app called FlyingWindows, a desktop application for Mac computers. Read more: FlyingWindows: Focus On The Application You Are Using [Mac]


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  1. Scott Macmillan
    January 31, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    I check these finds regularly.They are always interesting and I often find at least one that is of use to me.Thanks.

  2. Zachary Winberg
    January 31, 2013 at 7:30 am

    I check these every night. I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing, sometimes I feel like I spend more on time searching for productive websites, tools, apps, than I do utilizing them. yolo.

    • Aibek Esengulov
      January 31, 2013 at 12:52 pm

      good point. That's how I feel as well these days. We tell people about cool websites and interesting things to explore online and yet not able to utilize all of the utilities we recommend to full extent. Most of our time goes into searching for new interesting/useful stuff to write about )

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