Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]


The-Burning-House – Have you ever wondered which items in your house are the most valuable to you? Here is a quick way to find out – imagine your house burning down. Which objects would you carry with you to safety? You can share your answer and view the items list of other people on a site called The Burning House. Read more: The-Burning-House: Share What Items You Would Save If Your House Was On Fire

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The Wall Machine – Facebook has become an important part of the daily routine of our friends and family members. If you would like a pull a Facebook prank on one of your friends or family members, a fun tool you could use is The Wall Machine, a free and simple tool that lets you create fake Facebook walls. Read more: The Wall Machine: Funny Fake Facebook Generator


   Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]


Twitter Symbols – Do you know that you can type in symbols in your tweets? Even though you are only allowed 140 characters in a single tweet, you can still spice it up with icons or pictures using different symbol characters. Twitter Symbols is a Twitter app that allows you to easily add these symbol characters in your tweet. Read more: Twitter Symbols: Add Unique Characters To Your Tweets


   Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]


Chop – If you are working in a distributed team of coders then you will know that the biggest issue is quickly sharing code feedback. It’s easy when the programmer is right in front of you. But if he’s in a different timezone somewhere, you have to rely on tools like Chop. It’s a simple app that lets you put in the code and then mark the errors. Read more: Chop: Easy Code Annotation & Sharing


   Cool Websites and Tools [July 25th, 2011]


Icon Archive – Whether you want to customize your desktop shortcuts or develop a website or applications, new icons will always come in handy. A resource for visually appealing icons, such as Icon Archive, therefore should be bookmarked by everyone. You can browse icons categorically according to the ones you need. Read more: Icon Archive: Get Free Icons For Your Desktop & Digital Projects


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