Cool Websites and Tools [March 25th 2012]

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Pic Scatter – Facebook Timeline just went live for all users a few days ago, displaying the best moments of your shared life headlined with a large cover photo at the top of the timeline. But if you have no idea what to put in as your cover photo, then Pic Scatter should help you. This tool generates stitched photos from your Facebook albums. Read more: Pic Scatter: Generate Photo Collages For Your Facebook Timeline Cover

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Google Inside Search – If you think you are funny, you should check out this fun feature from Google. It allows users to log on and look at various comics and come up with their own funny captions for the cartoons. The comics are all funny situations where one of the characters is searching for something on Google. Read more: Google Inside Search: Create Captions For Cartoons With Google

 

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Visual Hashing – Having to type out your password is a typical roadblock when browsing the web, and it becomes doubly annoying when we end up mistyping our passwords. If you have a long password, then the chances are you will get your passwords wrong a lot. Visual Hashing is a free extension for Firefox/Chrome that provides visual cues. Read more: Visual Hashing: Color Cues To Prevent Misspelled Passwords

 

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Chef’s Feed – Although there are numerous applications out there that let you search for restaurants and delicious dishes, you do not always end up with something you like. Here to help solve this problem is an iOS app called Chef’s Feed that helps you find out which restaurants your favorite chefs are dining at. Read more: Chef’s Feed: Find Out Which Restaurants Your Favorite Chefs Frequent [iOS]

 

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Moya’s OWIDIG – Grabbing the images off a website manually can take up a lot of your time. Thankfully however there is a tool that helps you get images off websites with ease. This app is called Moya’s OWIDIG, a free to use tool that lets you quickly grab images from a website. All you have to do is enter the site’s URL in the provided area. Read more: Moya’s OWIDIG: Grab Images From Websites In A Faster Way

 

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