Cool Websites and Tools [November 27th 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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HiperURL – Do you want to share multiple websites in a single message but are running short on text space? This is a situation normally encountered while sharing on social networks or while squeezing your links into a single phone text message. Here to help you in this regard is a web service called HiperURL. Read more: HiperURL: Create Short URLs That Open Up To 5 Websites In New Browser Tabs

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ArchivedBook – The online marvels that are Facebook and Twitter have brought two revolutionary ideas into our 21st century. First, they allowed us to communicate and share sutff like never before; and secondly, they help curate our life histories online. ArchivedBook is a cool app that scans your Facebook’s profile history and presents all of them on one single page. Read more: ArchivedBook: View Your Facebook Profile History Online

 

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Email Game – is a useful web application which can change how we read and reply to emails. It transforms the traditional email system into an addictive game where you get points for reading and replying to emails. The service is currently compatible with Gmail and Google Apps accounts only. You can sign up for a Professional or Enterprise plan. Read more: Email Game: Transforms Email Into A Game

 

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Email Ambush – Do you suspect that somebody other than yourself has access to your inbox? If yes, then how do you confirm your suspicions? You cannot rely on the number of unread emails as all services now let you mark any email as unread. What you will find really helpful is a web service called Email Ambush. Read more: Email Ambush: Get Notified If Your Email Gets Hacked

 

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Lazy Meter – While there are countless online services that let you create to-do lists, you cannot use them to measure how lazy you are. To determine that, you can use a highly helpful web service called Lazy Meter, a free to use web service that helps you create to-do lists. You start by creating an account on the site. Read more: Lazy Meter: Manage Tasks In To-Do Lists By Pausing Or Playing Them

 

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Greg

Your link in the last line for Lazy Meter here directs to a post about Bookboon. 

Kaly

Thanks for pointing it out, fixed now.

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