Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]

muo   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]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.

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011] – Personal goal trackers may seem to be just glorified “checklists”, but there is real psychology that happens in accomplishing the goals you list out. is a checklist website that uses social elements to help each other accomplish their goals. By following other friends goals list, you can help motivate each other. Read more: Create Goal Lists To Share With Friends

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]


Programr – One of the biggest handicaps when trying to learn a new programming language is the lack of proper tools. These may include having access to a server, installing databases and many other tools before you can even write a single line of code. Programr changes all that by letting you do everything in your browser window. Read more: Programr: Code, Compile & Run Programs In Your Browser


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]


Clip Your Photos – is a free web tool that lets you do fun stuff with your digital photos to turn them into a piece of art. There is no tool to download or no plugin to install, simply upload an image from your computer or enter a URL of an image on the web and start adding effects to your pictures. Read more: Clip Your Photos: Add Cool Effects To Your Digital Photos


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]


Auto MD Auto Repair – A lot of car owners probably do not know much about car maintenance and repair. Mechanics often exploit this and overcharge customers. Here to you help solve the issue of car repairs is a web service called AutoMD Auto Repair, a website that lists numerous DIY car repair guides. Read more: AutoMD Auto Repair: Get Car Repair Guides & Quotations


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 25th 2011]


Decide-O-Tron – Gamers go through games quick. This is why the question they are most faced with is “which game will I play next?” As simple as it sounds, the question is often not very easy to answer. Here to help you with it is an iOS app called Decide-o-tron. You can specify parameters such as platforms, genres, ESRB ratings, and review scores. Read more: Decide-O-Tron: Decide Which Game To Play Next [iOS]


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Works fine at my end.