Cool Websites and Tools [August 28th 2011]

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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

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Last.FM Free Music Downloads – While streaming music online is convenient, to carry songs around in your portable media device you need to download them first. LastFM has now launched a new section that lets you discover music from new bands and download their songs as MP3 files. This section is called LastFM Free Music Downloads. Read more: Last.FM Free Music Downloads: Discover New Music By Downloading Free MP3s

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CageApp – Emailing pictures of your project’s progress to multiple people and then obtaining their opinions is not a very convenient way of getting feedback. To conveniently collect feedback from clients and project members, check out the website titled CageApp. You can start by creating an account and then naming the project you are working on. Read more: CageApp: Easily Share Project Pictures & Obtain Feedback

 

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GetRatio – As blog authors and webmasters, we usually encounter some hiccups in resizing embedded YouTube and Vimeo videos, as well as pictures to fit our posts. You will need to note the correct ratio of the video and compute the desired length and width. While this step is pretty straightforward, there is also a much quicker way to get this done. Read more: GetRatio: Get Correct Dimensions For Common Image & Video Resolutions

 

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Doxo – Keeping up to date with bill payments online is very convenient, but many will admit that these kinds of services could be a lot better. Fortunately, Doxo is a file storage service that not only stores your documents in the cloud, but also organizes important documents for you. Dubbing itself as a “digital file cabinet”. Read more: Doxo: Online Digital File Cabinet For Your Bills & Receipts

 

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PhotoFace.me – Keeping a track of how you look daily can be easily done by taking a picture through your webcam whenever you turn on your computer for the day. Here to help you take those pictures and store them is a web service called PhotoFace.me, a free and simple to use web service that lets you take pictures from your webcam and store them online. Read more: PhotoFace.me: Take Daily Face Pictures & Store Online

 

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PriyaMehta

 

When it comes to any type of media or entertainment whether it be movies,
television, music, newspapers or books; fresh content, fresh stories and new
tunes are and always will be the crucial key to success and growth. When it
comes to your web site and how the search engines rank it, this simple fact is
no different. Your web site must have new and original content if it is to
survive in an ever increasing competitive internet landscape

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Guest

Doxo seems scary to me. Birth Certificate, bank statements etc in one place. Stolen identity anybody?

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