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My image Online Pianist – Looking to take quick piano lessons online? Then you should check out OnlinePianist. This tool offers animated piano tutorials online. Instead of giving you a crash course in basic piano, Online Pianist pools tutorials that will help you learn how to play your favorite song on the piano. Read more: OnlinePianist: Provides Free Animated Piano Tutorials Online

My image RD Mute – We often put our phone face downwards so that we are not distracted by its screen. Before doing so we also put the phone in silent mode. Now to automatically silence your phone when you put it face down, you can use an Android application called RD Mute, a simple application that all Android phone owners will find extremely helpful. Read more: RD Mute: Silence your phone by placing it face down (Android)
My image FreedCamp – If you are looking for a nice free alternative to Basecamp, then you should check out Freedcamp. This tool positions itself as the closest free alternative that you will ever get to Basecamp. This means you can work on unlimited projects, with unlimited file sharing, the same way you would work on Basecamp without signing up to monthly plans. Read more: FreedCamp: A Free Alternative To Basecamp
My image Post3D – While sharing their work, graphic designers often have to upload their design so others can download and render them. But now there is a wonderful new website that designers can use to share their work and make them viewable online. This website is Post3D, an in-progress online collaboration platform for computer designers.
My image Myousic – HTML5 has slowly evolved as a speedy container for audio and video files, letting you stream them directly without needing to install any plugins. Myousic is a good example of an excellent music player built on HTML 5. Using the simple

  1. laboratory
    April 1, 2011 at 5:52 pm

    FreedCamp - there is just something about free management online solutions which scarez me a lot. I'm not quite sure if I want to put the entire project solution, backups, files and repositories in the hands of the strange applications.

    Why not use excellent free solutions like redmine which you can install on your own server (I think that every development team should have one)?


    • Aibek
      April 4, 2011 at 12:03 pm

      thanks for the input, never heard of redmine btw

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