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Cloudpaint – for anyone who likes walking down memory lane, and for those who had one of the earlier Macs, Cloudpaint is the site for you. It gives you a functioning, browser-based version of the Paint program, which was installed on the earlier Macs, and you can play around with the features, and relive the early days.

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Math Live – Math is a subject which everyone pretty much dislikes, but it is essential to be able to add, subtract, multiply, and devide numbers, if you are going to be financially literate in life. Therefore young kids should improve their math as much as possible. Math Live is an interactive site with lessons on all areas of math.

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Bunkr – markets itself as “the Powerpoint Killer”. After signing up for free, you will see all of your videos, images, articles, websites, notes on the left-hand side of the screen. You can import slides from old presentations and browse through them at the bottom of the page. Collaborators can also participate and import material for your presentation.

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Anonymous Delivers – File uploading sites are a dime a dozen, but how many of those are anonymous? There may be a time when you need a way to anonymously send a file to someone, without it in any way being traced back to you. If you upload the file to Anonymous Delivers, you will get a plain anonymous link to send out afterwards. The file cannot be more than 200MB and is deleted after 30 days.

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BitTorrent Sync – is a brand new product from BitTorrent that lets you sync an unlimited number of files and folders of any size across all of your trusted devices. BitTorrent Sync for Android gives you access to all of your synced folders when you’re on the go, and introduces a new mobile-to-mobile sharing feature for easily sending your photos and videos to your friends.

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  1. Guest
    January 24, 2014 at 3:44 am

    Or you could install a real classic Macintosh system in an emulator like Basilisk or SheepShaver. I prefer Basilisk because it works best with the real "classic" Mac systems (1-8). Mac ROMs are an easy find on the Internet; so are classic Mac system images. E-Maculation wiki offers a howto on getting Basilisk up and running. Word to the wise, however: I couldn't get it running in Windows 7 (even under compatibility mode), so I have to run it in VPC XP Mode or Micro XP in VirtualBox. Which seems kind of strange, putting a VM in a VM, but it's what works for me. I actually prefer System 7 to any of the flashy felines of OSX.

  2. Jeannie
    November 3, 2013 at 9:27 pm

    Hmmm, I thought for sure that the PowerPoint killer would be Prezi.

    I'm not at all impressed with Bunker.

  3. UUUnicorn
    November 3, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    If possible, I'd LOVE to see another old painting software brought into the browser environment, too--Superpaint!

    It may be spelled "SuperPaint", but I'm not sure.

  4. Anonymous
    November 2, 2013 at 12:10 am

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