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TravelByDrone – is a Google Maps mashup where you can view YouTube videos of drone coverage. These are not military drones or promotional drones, but rather personal drones belonging to private individuals. All videos are hosted on YouTube, and you can see on the map where the footage was captured. Just click on one to watch the video footage.

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Dayboard – Replace the new tab page with a to do list that helps you focus on your most important tasks each day. Dayboard is a to do list that focuses on just 5 items each day. Start your day by writing down the most important tasks you want to accomplish. Every time you open a new tab, you’ll be reminded of your to-dos.

Deductr – is the fast and easy way to track your expenses, mileage, and time. Their core purpose is to help you maximize your tax deductions and keep more of what you make. The BankLINK feature allows you to automatically track your income and expenses. Simply link your bank account or credit card and never miss another deduction again. Get rid of that shoebox full of receipts.

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Outdated Browser – for security reasons, it is essential that everyone uses an up-to-date version of their browser. Older versions have security holes and a lack of patches that hackers can exploit. Outdated Browser is a site which gives links to the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Opera.

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ReadQuick – helps you read faster than ever before. Designed for iOS 7, this app helps you speed read your way through your Pocket, Instapaper and Readability reading lists. Watch your comprehension sky rocket in just one day. ReadQuick displays the articles of your choice one word at a time at a pace you set.

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  1. michel
    June 17, 2014 at 10:22 pm

    re browser updates, I'm really tired of all the tech sites banging the same drum about the importance of installing the latest everything for "security reasons". I've been using this windows vista computer for years (6? 7?) and I've never been hacked or hijacked or infected by anything. But I can't count the number of times some update borked the whole system, or removed useful features, or simply proved completely unstable. The latest example is Firefox, which since 26 crashes with such frequency, I've moved to chrome. Updates are the biggest security threat to windows.

  2. Ray John
    June 17, 2014 at 8:41 am

    I think you have already featured "Dayboard" on your previous post.

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