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|Sundial-Damia – Before mechanical clocks were built, people relied on devices like sundials to tell the time using the sun’s shadow. While we fortunately do not have to use that anymore, it still qualifies as a cool thing to do. Damnia.net has a great resource that lets you create your own vertical sundial based on your location. Read more: Sundial-Damia: Make Vertical Sundial In Seconds|
|Copy Fixer – The title might have some of you a bit confused. I mean, can’t we already copy paste the URL of a webpage? It’s just Ctrl+C on the address bar and then Ctrl+V wherever we want to paste, right? Well, Copy Fixer saves you the trouble of clicking on the address bar, and also copies the title of the page. Read more: Copy Fixer: Firefox Add-on To Copy Paste Webpage Title & URL|
|Natter – Facebook and Twitter are the biggest social networking giants currently online. Many people have accounts on both these networks and spend a considerable amount of time updating each. Natter helps by providing a way to synchronize these accounts. Natter is a simple and free to use online service that automatically synchronizes your Facebook and Twitter posts.|
|– Is there an RSS feed you have subscribed to but read only parts of? If yes, then you need an RSS feed shortening tool. For this you cannot use the regular URL shortening services. Instead, you need to pay a visit to Tldr.it. Tldr.it is a free to use web service that will shorten an RSS feed for you. Simply enter the feed’s complete URL into the site.|
|OnePagePerDay – If you are a writer, be it a big shot fiction novel author or an average web content writer like me, you must have heard of the term writer’s block – a state of mind when you just can’t write. I think One Page Per Day could be a perfect tool to cure that. It shows a blank page without any clutter every day and it wants you to write on it. Read more: OnePagePerDay: Write A Page Every Day|
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