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19Pencils – is an amazing online website for finding educational material. The material found on the website is partly taken from many different parts of the Internet while various users also present some on the website. Users can find and create custom quizzes, discover and share educational websites with other users and more. Read more: 19Pencils: Conveniently Discover & Share Educational Content

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TableTools2 – Working with HTML tables is something anybody can feel the need to do. You might need to sort some test results available online or you might want to filter out sports stats from an online HTML table. Rather than exporting the table to another file and using it in a non-browser program, you can make things easier for yourself simply by using TableTools2. Read more: TableTools2: Offers Numerous Functions For HTML Tables [Firefox]


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[NO LONGER WORKS] RTBot – While researching a topic, you may go through Wikipedia, Twitter, and various other websites for news, articles, videos, and images. But jumping from one site to another can easily become a time-consuming process. Here to help you by providing all the necessary search items under a single dashboard is a web service called RTBot. Read more: RTBot: Real Time Video, Article, News & Image Search Under The Same Dashboard


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Zeel – If you live in the US and looking to book an appointment with an alternative healthcare provider like a massage therapist or a nutrition counselor, then you can consider booking them online through Zeel. It helps users find and book such practitioners, mainly in the New York Metropolitan region. Pricing is displayed prior to booking. Read more: Zeel: Book Alternative Healthcare Providers Online


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Screen Draw – is a simple and easy to use addon for Mozilla Firefox which allows users to paint and draw over webpages and save a screenshot of it in .png or .jpeg format. The add-on is great for people who want to annotate while they are reading something online, or to help users figure out what they have to do when they arrive at a specific webpage. Read more: Screen Draw: Draw on Webpages & Take Screenshots [Firefox]


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  1. Sumit
    April 15, 2012 at 9:34 am


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