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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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Waterbear – A large group of programmers advocate the importance of an easier-to-learn and visual interface to programming languages, and Waterbear is a big step towards that. Waterbear is a visual programming language for Javascript. It is very similar to scratch developed at MIT, but as an added feature also allows users to view the code. Read more: Waterbear: Scratch-Like Visual Programming For Javascript

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Where The Streets Have Your Name – Many places, streets, and buildings are named after real people. Thus coincidentally you might share your name with many places around the world. To help you find out where those places are, DataPoint’s “Where The Streets Have Your Name” was created, a free to use web tool that helps find which places in the world share your name. All you have to do is enter in your name. Read more: Where The Streets Have Your Name: View Streets With Your Name

 

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Rent The Runway – So you’ve got a close friend’s wedding coming up, and you really want to dress well for the occasion, except you cannot afford the kind of attire you’d want to put on. Rent The Runway is a site that’ll help you get that dream dress for that special day at 90% off retail prices. Read more: Rent The Runway: Easily Rent Costly Wardrobe

 

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BeatLab – If you are musically creative, you can use numerous web apps to put your talents to use and create musical beats. One such application is the extremely user-friendly online beat creator, BeatLab, a free to use web service that lets you easily create beats and share them. You can start by connecting your Facebook account with the service. Read more: BeatLab: Easily Create Beats Online & Share

 

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Tapirgo – If you want to add a search feature to your static site, you will find a web service called Tapirgo to be very helpful. It is a free web service that helps you easily get a search for your static pages. The site accomplishes its task by making use of your blog’s RSS feed. After providing Tapingo with your blog’s RSS feed and email address, you will get a token. Read more: Tapirgo: A User-Friendly Tool To Get Search For Static Sites

 

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  1. Bluebrain4
    July 15, 2011 at 8:35 am

    These are all such cool sites, but I liked most Waterbear and BeatLab. Here's a collection of more cool websites.

  2. crowd SPRING
    July 15, 2011 at 6:18 am

     FREE websites with a decent free account option. wow ...i am surely going to visit these websites! please keep updating us with such useful and free sites!

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