Cool Websites and Tools [November 7th, 2010]

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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. You can make use of them without spending a dime. If you want to have similar cool websites round-ups delivered to your email daily email subscribe here.

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Google New – Google has a massive blog network that spans over 100 unique blogs. These blogs cover a number of different fields, from company news to latest web technologies. Due to their number and content, these blogs can easily become hard to follow for most people. Recognizing this, Google has now launched Google New. Read more: Google New: The Best Way To Stay In Touch With Latest Google Updates

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Creditable – Having a hard time managing credit card debt problems? Try using Creditable, a web app that can help you tackle your debt head-on by tracking your progress, generating suggested achievable goals based on your situation, and by allowing you to interact with other people that can help you. Read more: Creditable: Track & Manage Credit To Get Out Of Debt

 

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0Boxer – Many internet users sort their emails into separate folders and are punctual in replying to them. A well managed email inbox is a necessity for them. By awarding points for your organization, 0Boxer makes this prompt sorting and replying process fun for Gmail users. 0Boxer is a free web service that monitors your Gmail account activity. Read more: 0Boxer: Make Organizing Your Gmail Inbox Fun

 

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SiftLinks – We can now find people sharing all kinds of links on Twitter, most of which is useful stuff. In case you want to make sure that you don’t miss any of them in your stream, you could use a nifty service called Siftlinks to create an RSS feed for them, and then subscribe to it in your favorite RSS reader. Read more: SiftLinks: Create An RSS Feed For Links In Your Twitter Stream

 

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Simple Diagrams – Online you will find many programs that help you create flowcharts and diagrams. But most of them come with a hefty price tag and are not suitable for people who want to make only basic diagrams. For those simple diagrams, give Simple Diagrams a try. Since it is based on Adobe Air, it is cross platform and can be used on any OS that can run Adobe Air. Read more: SimpleDiagrams: Cool Diagram Drawing Software

 

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The Wireless

thnx, I was just looking for something like Simple Diagrams, glad I checked out this post.

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why you wanna know

is simplediagrams down?

Aibek

loads fine from my end, probably a temp glitch

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