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(1) LiveTyping – Online text recorder that can record text as you type. It records absolutely everything you enter, typos, deleted letters etc. When finished typing you can replay and view how exactly you wrote that text. You can also share you text recordings with others by forwarding a link or embedding on your site and blog. Read more:
LiveTyping: Online Text Recorder
(2) [NO LONGER WORKS] DustyTunes – If you want to display your itunes library online and show off your exquisite collection of songs to your friends then Dusty Tunes can help you do that. It converts iTunes libraries and XML files into online lists. You could either upload your entire library or just export selected playlists. The songs are displayed in a hierarchical format and in alphabetical order.
(3) AddToAny – Popular browser add-on, which makes it easy to share your favorite stories and articles you find online with friends or add them to you account on almost any social bookmarking website and social networks. The site currently supports over 120 services including Gmail, hotmail, Facebook, Myspace, Delicious and many others. Read more: AddToAny: Save & Share Your Favorites (Bookmarks) on The Web
(4) Wolfram Alpha Google – Firefox add-on which adds Wolfram Alpha results next to Google search results. It displays Wolfram Alpha search results next to every Google query so that you can make use of computational knowledge as well. Once you have installed it on your browser, just do a regular search on Google and the Wolfram Alpha result for that search will appear on the right side of the page. Read more: Wolfram Alpha Google: Adds Wolfram Alpha Search Results Next To Google’s
(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] WordSift– New online application which can help you get more information about a word or a sentence by displaying the related images from Google, visual thesaurus showing word relationships and more information about the text, all on one page. The tool was created primarily for teachers so that they can visualize text vocabulary structure and share it with their students.
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