Randolunch – A US-centric website that enables you to find new places to eat, if you are tired of frequenting the same restaurants and are hunting for something new to try. Simply add your address, city, neighbourhood or zip code to be provided with a random suggestion. Don’t like the suggestion? Hit the button again. You can specify distance and type of food to make the search easier.
BookDip – Huge quantities of new ebooks are being published every year in the Kindle store by new and established authors, and huge backlists of books are being digitised. Publishers and authors find it increasingly difficult to get great books noticed, and readers find it hard to comb through constantly changing lists of books. The solution? BookDip!
Litographs – creates art from the books you’ve read and loved. Their posters, t-shirts, and tote bags are all created entirely from the text of classic books. From a distance, the artwork illustrates a theme, character, or setting from each book. Move closer and the text becomes fully legible. Litographs is committed to promoting literacy, both at home and abroad.
Create CSS3 – is an easy online CSS3 generator. On the left hand side are various CSS website design elements. Clicking on one will automatically paste the code into the main part of the screen. You can then edit the code as you see fit, and press the “preview” button to see your changes. When you have finished, you can copy and paste the final code.
Zinn Education Project – promotes and supports the use of Howard Zinn’s best-selling book “A People’s History of the United States” and other materials for teaching a people’s history in middle and high school classrooms across the country. The website offers more than 100 free, downloadable lessons and articles organized by theme, time period, and reading level.