Cool Websites and Tools [November 18th 2011]

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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

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DatKey – With so many social networks and web services in use, it becomes hard to organize all your personal content. DatKey is a web service that serves as an online storage and organizer for your social media and web content including Facebook, Twitter, Google Docs, Google Calendar, Picasa albums and even LinkedIn content. Read more: DatKey: Store, Sort & Share Your Online Content

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PrivyTalks – Lots of software support chatting and dozens of tools let you create web-based instant chat rooms. However, most of them are not secure enough to transfer sensitive information. PrivyTalks is a web service that lets you create chat rooms instantly with a encrypted environment, and an RSA key that is 512 bits long. Read more: PrivyTalks: Create & Use Encrypted Chat Rooms Instantly

 

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Swackett – The title of this post says it all. A number of online tools have been made that deal with showing weather and other aspects of it, so you would be forgiven for thinking that there’s no innovation left in this niche – until now. Swackett is a brilliant web based service that shows you the weather albeit in a different way. Read more: Swackett: A Weather App That Stands Out

 

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Dagadop – If you are watching a video on YouTube, the only way to search for another video without interrupting the one you are watching is to do it in a new browser tab. But that isn’t too convenient if you are reluctant to take your eyes off the current video. Enter Dagadop, a neat online tool that makes that possible. Read more: Dagadop: Watch Youtube Videos While Searching & Creating Playlists

 

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YourListen – Did you just record an audio file that you want to upload and share with friends? If yes, then you will find a web service called YourListen to be extremely useful. It lets visitors browse audio clips and share their own audio files with others. Once you log in you can upload any MP3 file stored on your computer. Read more: YourListen: Share & Browse Various Audio Clips Through Your Computer & iPhone

 

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