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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

My image NumberQuotes – There are lots of websites that can provide quotations on love, war, happiness or any other word. NumberQuotes is a little different as it provides powerful quotes based on any number you type in. Most of the quotes are powerful comparisons of this number with other things. Read more: NumberQuotes: Find Powerful Quotes For Any Number.

My image [NO LONGER WORKS] Joy.ly – Tweets with a lot of text can be boring and hard to read. One way to make them fun is to use emoticons and other symbols to decorate them. Joy.ly is a free service that lets you do that with ease. Using Joy.ly, you can insert over 100 Unicode characters into your tweets with a single click.
My image SecondHandSongs – Sometimes you hear a song that sounds a lot like an old song but you cannot be sure. SecondHandSongs has a huge database to check that for you. Just type in the name of any song and the tool will give you complete information on who wrote the song originally, who sang it originally and much more. Read more: SecondHandSongs: Find All Versions Of A Song.
My image NeatChat Facebook – Facebook Pages allows members to share wall posts, links, pictures, videos and also use discussion boards to connect. However, none of these features support real-time interactions within the site. NeatChat, a simple web-based chat service that we have already reviewed, now has a Facebook application that can be added to your Facebook pages to let your members to talk to each other in real-time. Read more: NeatChat Facebook: Quick & Easy Chat For Your Facebook Pages.
My image WhereIsTheFold – One concept that escapes many web designers is having the most important elements (e.g. donate button, buy button, live support link) in the fold.
WhereistheFold is a simple tool that lets you find exactly where the fold (visible area) is for different screen resolutions. Read more: WhereistheFold: Shows site’s visible area for different resolutions.

 

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  1. investing for dummies
    May 7, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Always love a great list of websites and tools to use. Thanks

  2. kalymocha
    April 24, 2010 at 12:03 pm

    MK
    Thanks for sharing, will check it out

  3. MK
    April 24, 2010 at 6:08 am

    Another great application is Clutterpad. It's an online project management and collaboration tool. Of course, I'm going to be biased since I'm part of the team that created it. But we made it so we can use it and for our own purposes. It's been a great success since we released it to the public.

    • Venkatesh
      April 24, 2010 at 10:03 am

      MK
      Thanks for sharing, will check it out

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