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My image Tweetolife – Twitter is used by many to frequently update their status messages at different times of the day. This means that many web tools have been created to help analyze what people share on Twitter. Adding to these tools is a site called Tweetolife, a free to use web tool that lets you analyze Twitter mentions according to gender and time of day.

My image Can You Draw The Internet – If you are a talented artist or graphics designer, you would obviously appreciate the opportunity to showcase your talent to the world. This opportunity is exactly what is offered by CYDTI (Can You Draw the Internet), a competition launched by UK-based digital agency Saint, and others. Read more: Can You Draw The Internet: Draw The Internet & Showcase Your Talent
My image WorkSnug – Coffee shops with Wi-Fi might let you connect to the Internet but the noise at these places often does not let you work in peace. To find a suitable working environment you need a quiet workspace with Wi-Fi access. WorkSnug helps you find such workspaces by typing in a zip code or the name of a city/region. Read more: WorkSnug: Look For Workspaces With Wi-Fi To Work In Peace
My image URL Droplet – Dropbox is a highly popular online storage service used by many to synchronize and backup files. You normally upload files to Dropbox through your computer. But thanks to URL Droplet, you are now able to save files directly to your Dropbox account. You start using the service by granting it permission to your Dropbox account. Read more: URL Droplet: Save Files Directly To Your Dropbox
My image Papyrs – Creating a webpage that suits your preferences normally requires you to have coding know-how. Placing the webpage elements – such as text boxes, image galleries, social media buttons, etc. – where you want them often means expertly manipulating a page’s code. But thanks to Papyrs, you can place those elements expertly without dealing with any code. Read more: Papyrs: Create Web Pages Easily


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