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My image ClockItIn – aims to simplify time tracking across various tasks and projects so that users know the exact minutes or hours they spent working on something. It is completely web based and quite easy to use. You sign up with them, then add projects and tasks under each project. Once you begin working on a task, just click the “Start Session” link.

My image Pegby – wants you to stop using those sticky notes that seem to be everywhere on and around your work desk, and instead use their cards and stacks to manage tasks. Their task management board is divided into mainly three columns – pending, in process and done, and in each column you can add cards. Read more: Pegby: Cool Task Management Board With Cards & Stacks
My image MyDoodleSongs – If you visited recently, you might have noticed the virtual guitar tool up on the website. That guitar held the attention of many site visitors who busied themselves playing it. The guitar tool is off Google now but it can still be played on MyDoodleSongs, a free to use website that features a virtual guitar visitors can play. Read more: MyDoodleSongs: Play A Virtual Guitar Online & Share Your Tunes
My image Recargo – Owners of electric vehicles need tools that provide information related to their vehicles – information such as car recharging spots nearby. This feature along with many others is included in an app called Recargo, a free iOS application. The app displays nearby charging stations on a map. Read more: Recargo: Finds Electric Car Charging Spots Near You (iOS)
My image Photoshop-To-FTML – Website creators often use Photoshop to create PSD files that help visualize site layouts and designs. Once the design is complete, developers turn to the tedious task of coding and implementing their designs. This lengthy process is made much shorter by a new tool called “Photoshop to FTML” – a script that converts PSD files directly to Flash websites. Read more: Photoshop-To-FTML: Convert PSD Files To Flash Without Any Coding


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