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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] useKit – New web service that can enhance your web surfing by integrating bunch of handy tools to your browser. Using these tools you will be able to add sticky notes to web pages, map addresses, translate and tweet any highlighted text, and bookmark pages to Delicious.

(2) Crackle – Video entertainment website from Sony Pictures Entertainment Company. It works like the Sony’s version of Hulu where you can watch free full length movies, TV shows and original web series straight from your browser. The large library of videos also includes popular films, “minisodes”, and many cartoons. Read more: Crackle – Watch Free Full Length Movies & TV shows

(3) WhatBlocked – Simple web page where you can quickly find out which popular websites are blocked in China. It presents sites on a dashboard organized in different categories such as News & Information, Social & Communication, Photos & Videos and Tools & Sharing. The status of each site showed in one of following colors: Red, Yellow and Green. Read more: WhatBlocked – See Which Popular Sites Are Blocked in China

(4) Theme Park Maps – If you’re planning to take your kids to a theme park anytime soon then ThemeParkMaps can come in very handy. As the name suggests, it is a website that hosts over 300 scanned theme park maps. These maps come in handy in planning your park trip in advance. Read more: Theme Park Maps – Download Theme Park Maps Online

(5) SimpleText – Dead simple web note taker using which you can easily take notes and store them online. Read more: SimpleText – Take Notes & Store Them Online

 

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  1. Paul Sanduleac
    November 24, 2009 at 7:50 am

    I've used useKit for the last couple days and found it really useful!

    • Aibek
      November 25, 2009 at 6:13 pm

      agree, very handy tool

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