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My image Sandbag Fitness – If you are skeptical about spending hundreds of dollars on fitness equipment, Sandbag Fitness is a great alternative. As the title indicates, the website teaches you how to stay fit with nothing but a sandbag. It includes lots of workouts specifically using a sandbag that can help you to stay fit. Read more: Sandbag Fitness: Tips To Get Fit With Just A Sandbag

My image Computer Science 101 – With all of the innovation currently going on in computer science, many of us often get curious about finding out more. The Computer Science 101 is an excellent way to do that where everybody, even people with no computer science knowledge or experience, can take an online course. Read more: Computer Science 101: A Free Computer Science Course From A Stanford Professor
My image ExpertFlyer – Are you a frequent flyer who wants to constantly be kept in touch regarding the availability of airline seats? If yes, then you should check ExpertFlyer. ExpertFlyer does not sell tickets. What it does is let users know when to buy tickets, online or offline and keeps users up-to date about seat availability. Read more: ExpertFlyer: Get Airplane Seat Availability Alerts
My image Better Popup Blocker – Even though Google Chrome has a built-in popup blocker, it still misses out on a lot of annoying popups such as alerts and confirmation boxes that may be hidden. Better Popup Blocker is exactly what the name suggests, a tool that blocks popups better than the default tool in Google Chrome.
My image Context – If you are a heavy Chrome user, you probably have lots of extensions installed. However, none of us use all of our extensions all the time and they just sit there eating up screen real estate. Context helps you manage extensions by sorting them into groups so you can switch from one group of extensions to another with a single click. Read more: Context: Sort & Manage Chrome Extensions Into Groups

 

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  1. Guest
    February 19, 2012 at 10:47 pm

    Wrong link on Context :D

    • Kaly
      February 21, 2012 at 7:35 am

       Fixed

  2. diploma of business
    February 19, 2012 at 5:22 am

    I was looking for this quite a long time, as I was not knowing how to do this.Keep this well update continue.

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