Cool Websites and Tools [July 16, 2009]

web apps 217   Cool Websites and Tools [July 16, 2009]Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

 

(1) ManualsOnline РThis  site contains over 300,000 free downloadable manuals for different product categories including cell phones, cameras, laptops, household appliances and others. You can browse manuals by product type, by brand or search with keywords. Read more: ManualsOnline: Over 300,000 Free Downloadable Manuals

(2) NukeoMeter РSimple awareness tool based on the data obtained from The Guardian. It can tell you how many nuclear weapons are within range of any given city. Just enter the city and country name and it will give you a quick overview including the total number of nuclear warheads by country and delivery means. Read more: NukeoMeter: Find Out How Many Nuclear Weapons Are in Range of Your City

(3) SupaLogo РQuick online logo maker that enables you to create nice logos in just few clicks. You can easily customize logos in terms of color, outline, size, font and gradient. Just enter your logo text into provided field and use the options to customize the look of your new logo. When ready, download your new logo as a PNG file. Read more: SupaLogo: Quick Logo Maker

(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] thisMoment –¬†If you have your photos and videos spread across multiple social sites then thisMoment could be useful for you.¬†Using it, you can easily combine your photos and videos from your other social accounts (Facebook, Flickr, YouTube, etc) into one sharable multimedia canvas, your friends’ public photos and videos can also be included.¬†Read more: thisMoment: Combine Your Photos & Videos from Various Networks

(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] Zamabook – Web-based appointment scheduling software which lets individuals and business owners schedule appointments with clients anytime and anywhere. It eliminates the need of phone tag, voice mail and emails to book appointments by putting the complete appointment book online. Read more: Zamabook: Web Based Appointment Scheduling Service

 

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