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My image Outloud – Lots of tools let you share music with friends via emails, links, drop boxes and what not. Outloud takes it to a level further by letting you share music in real time, which means that your friends will listen to exactly what you are listening to at the same time. To start, sign in with Twitter or Facebook and create a temporary room for your session.

My image Google Docs Templates – Google Docs serves as one of the best alternatives to Microsoft Office and now they are making it even better by offering thousands of templates that users can use to cut down their time and efforts. The templates are uploaded by other users and cover a massive variety of areas including resumes, presentations, invoices, billing documents and many more. Read more: Google Docs Templates: Thousands Of Templates To Increase Productivity
My image Past Posts – People use Facebook to connect with friends and share interesting online videos, pictures, and articles. As a result, your wall becomes a wonderful collection of friends’ messages and online links. Here to show you interesting Facebook activity from a year ago is a web service called Past Posts, that shows what happened on your Facebook account a year ago today. Read more: Past Posts: Find Out What Did You Post On Facebook A Year Ago
My image iCal JS Embed – lets you embed a scrollable calendar of events from Google Calendar (or other similar online calendars) on your blog or website. While you can embed the Google Calendar directly using its standard iCal format (*.ics), with JS Embed, you can view the events in scrollable form or in the sidebar of your website. Read more: iCal JS Embed: Embed Different Online Calendars On Your Site
My image Kindle ToDo – Although there are a lot of websites that let you create and view to-do lists, Kindle users have trouble finding such a site that works flawlessly on their device. This is primarily because of incompatible display issues. Here to solve this problem is a web service called KindleToDo, a free to use web service aimed at Kindle users.

 

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