Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]


Advanced World Clock – Does your work involve you checking the time of different regions in the world? If it does, then you probably find yourself adding and subtracting hours from your current time all the while. Here to help ease the task is a desktop application called Advanced World Clock, a free to use desktop application. Read more: Advanced World Clock: An Interactive Map With Times Of Different World Regions

   Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]


MyBookCart – If you’ve got lots of old books lying around, it’s tempting at times to get rid of a few in order to make some money and clear a little bit of space. My Book Cart is a site which makes it easy for you to get a quote for your books and turn that into a sale for very little effort. All you need to do is enter the ISBN of the books you wish to sell. Read more: MyBookCart: Sell Your Books For Cash Quickly


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]


Floating Browser Flux – People with large Android devices would definitely want to get the most out of them. This can be made possible if you could run multiple instances of the same application i.e. run different windows of the same app. For web browsers in Android, this can be done through a tool called Floating Browser Flux. Read more: Floating Browser Flux: Get a Floating Web Browser for Your Android Device


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]


OpenPuff – While people won’t have immediate access to encrypted files, they may eventually find a brute force way to decrypt it, or force you to share the password. For cases like those, you’ll not only want to encrypt, but hide the data. OpenPuff allows you to do this with professional-strength steganography. Read more: OpenPuff: Professional Strength Steganography By Hiding Data In Photos & More [Windows]


   Cool Websites and Tools [November 9th 2012]


NoMoreiTunes – iTunes is one of the most used apps for music lovers and app downloaders. But it can also be slow and clunky. For me, I prefer apps not to hover and stick around when I don’t need it. If you accidentally open iTunes from Safari, you can download NoMoreiTunes. This extension blocks iTunes from launching when you click a link. Read more: NoMoreiTunes: Block iTunes From Starting (Safari)


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Nikhil Chandak

Advance World Clock is really good for checking times of different religions
thnx for sites !

Boni Oloff

Haha, does religion affecting the times?

Aibek Esengulov

i think he meant to say regions )

Boni Oloff

:D I also makes mistake writing it sometimes..


Advanced World Clock and OpenPuff look interesting

Lisa Santika Onggrid

You can add clocks for different timezones in Windows 7 natively, so why do you need third party solutions? I have GMT+7(My country’s timezone), Pasific Time (to keep up with my online friends), and GMT+9(Tokyo timezone) running together and easily reachable in the taskbar.

Saikat Basu

That’s true. We tend to forget that.


OpenPuff Yeah!

Boni Oloff

Itune really slow i think, but we still need it to install apps in the iDevice.