Cool Websites and Tools [November 29th, 2010]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [November 29th, 2010]

 

Simures – Website developers often have to ensure that their site will display properly in the most common screen resolutions. To test website resolution compatibility they often change their own screen resolution manually or use an external program to change the browser’s resolution. But many developers will find the method offered by Simures to be more convenient. Read more: Simures: Quick & Easy Website Resolution Compatibility Check

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DigiSigner – Digital signatures on PDF documents are highly useful. To digitally sign a PDF document you need a PDF modification application that usually comes with a price tag. But thanks to DigiSigner you can now easily digitally sign PDF documents for free. You can use the tool’s online Java-based interface or download its installable form. Read more: Digisigner: Digitally Sign Your PDF Documents

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 29th, 2010]

 

Ratio Finder – Do you want to know which of the local bar usually has more guys than girls (or the other way around)? There is not reliable way to find this out. At least, there was not one before the Ratio Finder went online, a very simple to use website that provides the male-to-female ratio of local places based on FourSquare check ins. Read more: Ratio Finder: Find Out What The Male To Female Ratio Is in Nearby Popular Places

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 29th, 2010]

 

Whats This Word? – Are you having trouble filling out a crossword? Or perhaps you need some extra help in a game of Hangman. In either of those situations, you will find “WhatsThisWord” to be extremely helpful. What’s This Word is a online service that helps you find a word with missing letters. The site’s usage could not be any simpler: you enter the word and replace the missing letters with questions marks. Read more: WhatsThisWord: Find A Word With Missing Letters

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 29th, 2010]

 

Georeader – Imagine walking (or driving )past a famous landmark. Normally you would not stop by it to thoroughly check it out. Consequently you do not learn anything about the landmark. But thanks to GeoReader you will not need to stop by the landmark locations to know more about it. GeoReader is a free application for Android smartphones. It recognizes any landmark that you are passing by. Read more: Georeader: Detects Landmark Locations Nearby & Reads Out Info About It

 

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Do it Yourself website

cool finds. cant wait to use one. thanks for sharing.

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laboratory

Simures – interesting tool, i have one suggestion though. I would change input boxes for resolution parameters to drop down list of standard resolutions :)

Cheers

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laboratory

Simures – interesting tool, i have one suggestion though. I would change input boxes for resolution parameters to drop down list of standard resolutions :)

Cheers

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Elton Sites

That’s really cool. I might try Georeader and install it on my smartphone. I will be on vacation this holiday season thus it might come handy if I get into a landmark I am unaware of.

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Elton Sites

That’s really cool. I might try Georeader and install it on my smartphone. I will be on vacation this holiday season thus it might come handy if I get into a landmark I am unaware of.

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BingoBongo

No! Leave simures totally customizable! (actually, you could have a drop down list too) I use it for all of our marketing and conference material screenshots. Best resource ever.