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(1) LinkUp – Job aggregator that lets you find hidden jobs listed on company websites. These jobs listings are generally unadvertised to the outside world and can be difficult to find if you don’t know where to look. The site currently lists data from over 21,000 company websites. You can search by keyword, job title or location. Advanced and more refined search options are also supported. Read more: LinkUp: Find Hidden Jobs
(2) Corkboard -This site lets you easily save things you want to remember and organize them in one place online. It can be a recipe from some website, an upcoming event in your city, an upcoming movie, a phone number, a newly discovered food joint, a website, a new bestseller that you saw in the bookstore, basically anything that you might want to refer to some time later. Read more: Corkboard: Quickly Save Things You Want to Remember and Setup Reminders
(3) HotelWorldOnline – Hotel search and price comparison site that lets you quickly and easily compare hotel prices from top hotel reservation sites such as ActiveHotels.com, AsiaRooms.com, Booking.com, Cheaptickets.com, Gtahotels.com, HotelClub.com, Hotwire.com and more. Enter the name of the city and it will display a list of hotels available along with the prices offered. Read more: HotelWorldOnline: Compare Hotel Prices From Top Hotel Reservation Sites
(4) ToneMatrix – Free music synthesizer and an entertaining time waster that lets you create your own audio sequences online by selecting steps on a 16Ã—16 matrix. Simply select steps with your mouse across the whole matrix. The sound plays from left to right, based on your selected sequence of steps. Read more: ToneMatrix: Free Music Synthesizer
(5) WebElements – Online copy of the periodic table of elements, useful tool to anyone majoring in Chemistry or almost every high school student. It allows users to get more information about any element on the table, view its pictures, crystal structure, atom sizes, isotopes and other properties. Read more: WebElements: Online Copy Of The Periodic Table Of Elements
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