Cool Websites and Tools [March 5th, 2011]

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My image Bubbalon – If you are looking for a trustworthy review website, then you should check out Bubbalon. This social rating site allows users to share their experiences about anything while finding friends and building communities around it. You can review products, brands, people, places, performances, websites, and much more.

My image iManageProject – In your search for the best project management tools, this is another one that you should seriously consider. iManageProject is a cool project tracking and management system designs for serious collaborations. The tool borrows a lot of from the popular Basecamp while offering free and much cheaper premium packages – including the most useful features like Messages, To-dos, Milestones, Files, and even Writeboards. Read more: iManageProject: Project Management Tool Like Basecamp
My image Appimeal – The surge of daily deal sites, which started with the rise of Groupon, isn’t limited to deals on local stores and shops. We can now find all kinds of such services, including the ones that offer daily deals on software. AppiMeal is a new entrant in this space which wants to offer a paid (and licensed) software every day for free.
My image Photoshop Etiquette – Many web designers carry out their designs in Photoshop and an increasing number of designers are following this practice. If you are one of these designers and would like to get tips on efficient design practices in Photoshop, you should pay a visit to Photoshop Etiquette, a free to use website that lists numerous good Photoshop practices. Read more: Photoshop Etiquette: Learn Good Design Practices For Web Designing In Photoshop
My image Search Engine Blacklist – Often results from unwanted websites show up whenever you conduct a search query. To block certain websites from appearing in your Google search results, you can use a helpful tool called Search Engine Blacklist, a browser extension for Google Chrome that helps you better control your Google Search results. Read more: Search Engine Blacklist: Block Websites From Google Search Results

 

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