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My image Reppler – Our social networking profiles have become part of our image, with some companies and universities checking out your profile as part of your application. To make sure that your Facebook profile is squeaky clean, check out Reppler. This online reputation management tool actively scans your profile for dodgy content and images and points out what you need to remove. Read more: Reppler: Scans Your Facebook Profile For Embarrassing Content

My image WhatFont – The fonts used on a website can be found using a variety of online tools. Usually however these tools are not very user-friendly and take more time than necessary to detect fonts. Here to offer a friendlier and extremely fast solution is a tool called WhatFont, a browser bookmarklet that helps you quickly determine the font style used on any website. Read more: WhatFont: Easily & Quickly Identify Fonts Used On Any Website
My image Minible – The Internet is seeing a plethora of collaboration tools. However, most of them are just focused on communication or integration. Minible is a bit different as it focuses on providing a collaboration space to you and your clients where you can create content together for a website. Once you add a site in Minible, you can add as many pages as you want.
My image What Is Wrong With Me – Don’t you hate it when your friends are too afraid to tell you what they really think of you or what you just did? Perhaps a little anonymity might help? Whatiswrongwith.me is a website that allows you to create an anonymous feedback page where your friends can drop a message for you without having their identities revealed. Read more: What Is Wrong With Me: Get Anonymous Feedback From Friends
My image Reminder Bear – Have you come across online articles that you thought would interest you in the future? If yes, then you can quickly set reminders to check those sites in a few days. This can be done using a web page reminder tool called Reminder Bear, a bookmarklet that helps you to set reminders to check certain websites in the future. Read more: Reminder Bear: A Web Page Reminder Bookmarklet

 

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