Cool Websites and Tools [August 14th, 2011]

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Nemo Documents – If you work with many files on your computer and are tired of a standard Windows file/folder structure, check out Nemo Documents. It is a free application that monitors your recently accessed files and presents them in a calendar-like view so that you can see at a glance which files you accessed/modified yesterday, 2 days ago or on any specific date. Read more: Nemo Documents: View Recently Accessed Computer Files In A Calendar-Like View

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Tabulate – You might remember a service called BridgeURL which we talked about here. It basically facilitated the sharing of multiple links all at once by combining them into a single link. Tabulate is a Chrome extension that uses this service to create a single, all-in-one BridgeURL link for all the open tabs in the current Chrome session. Read more: Tabulate: Share All Open Tab Links At Once [Chrome]

 

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Meteoric Download Manager – It is much more than what the name suggests. In addition to being a super fast download manager with an amazing user interface and dead simple navigation, this iPhone app also serves as a file manager and a media player among other things. To start with, the app lets you intercept and download almost any iOS playable media with amazing download speeds. In addition to accelerating selective downloads, you can also pause them, queue them, resume them later and fetch file information from the server. Read more: Meteoric Download Manager: A Feature Rich Download Manager For Your iPhone

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [August 14th, 2011]

 

RealWorldMath – Teaching math can be a challenging task. If you are a math teacher, you could help your students by demonstrating mathematical concepts at work. Here to help you do this is a tool called RealWorldMath, a web service that helps you teach math by demonstrating it in action. The site provides you with various tutorials, corresponding to different mathematical concepts. Read more: RealWorldMath: Use Google Earth To Teach Math Through Demonstrations

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [August 14th, 2011]

 

Google Offers – Individually bookmarking the websites of local businesses in the hopes of discovering the best local offers might not be a fruitful idea. Here to help you take advantage of the special offers available nearby is Google’s new venture, called Google Offers, a free to use web service that lists the latest discount offers available nearby. Read more: Google Offers: Discover The Best Local Offers

 

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