Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

 

Floating Comments – Traditionally site visitors have to scroll to the bottom of a webpage to leave comments. Thus for webpages that are very lengthy, the endless scrolling discourages visitors from leaving a comment. Here to offer an alternative commenting option is a tool called Floating Comments. a nifty plugin for WordPress users. Read more: Floating Comments: Help Your Site Visitors Comment Wherever They Are On Your Webpage

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

 

[NO LONGER WORKS] VideoRipper – Thiss is a free to use web application that lets you extract videos off their YouTube pages. Not only YouTube, but many other video streaming sites are supported such as Liveleak, Videobash, College Humor, and many more. Read more: VideoRipper: Easily Extract Videos From a Streaming URL

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

 

Folders.io – While there are many free file sharing services online, if you want to share many files at once you will have to wait for a long time while all those files are uploaded online. Enter Folders.io. It is a dead simple file sharing and streaming service that lets you stream files and even entire folders directly from your computer. Read more: folders.io: Share Files & Folders Directly Over Internet [Web & Chrome]

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

 

MPTagThat – Some people have massive collections of music on their computers. I’m talking tens of thousands of songs. Keeping these organized and tagged can be a tricky task, but thankfully, MPTagThat is available to help. It is an incredibly advanced program that makes tagging your music easy. It is literally packed with features that any music collector will appreciate. Read more: MPTagThat: Easily Tag & Manage Your Collection Of Music

 

   Cool Websites and Tools [October 10th 2012]

 

Save Content To Box – While reading a webpage, you might want to save it for offline reading or simple email it to a friend of yours for quick sharing. But saving a webpage as it is often adds numerous unnecessary items in the webpage. Here to help you save the necessary items on a webpage and save the result online or offline is a tool called “Save Content to Box, Google Drive, & Dropbox”. Read more: Save Content To Box, Google Drive, & Dropbox: Edit & Send Pages To Dropbox, Google Drive Or Save As PDF [Chrome]

 

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15 Comments -

Matjaz Mirt

MPTagThat looking nice. I will compare it with MP3Tag wich is nice program but it doesn’t using internet for albumart and tags. So MPTagThat should be better.

Aibek Esengulov

If you can please followup here letting us know which one you found better and why

Matjaz Mirt

First impressions, MP3Tag is faster, it has cleaner interface. MPTagThat downloads album art and lyrics from internet (MP3Tag doesn’t). Must do some more tagging with MPTagThat. Perhaps I’m to comfortable with MP3Tag and it’s easier to work with it for me.

Aibek Esengulov

thanks for the feedback, really appreciate it

Imya Last

Wooow i am speechless.What a great collection of usefull tools.

Anonymous

i liked floating comments…nice idea…

Paul-G

Floating Comments – NO!!!
This is one of my pet hates on some WEB sites. ANY form of floating annoyance that distracts from reading the content.
Remember – I can does NOT mean I should.

Mac Witty

I agree with Paul-G, floating elements, no thanks!
Will take a closer look at Save Content To Box, to see if it is an alternative to Readability I use today

Alex Downs

I like the Folder.io

Sam Kar

Many thanks. 2 new things for my use, Folders.io & Save Content To Box

PS: Max 2GB of permanent storage FREE at Folders.io

Aibek Esengulov

thanks for heads up

Vishal Mishra

wow Floating Comments looks great !!!

Yash Desai

Has anyone tried Save Content to Box, because i do not feel comfortable letting an unknown company have access to my google drive

Nicole418

Thanks for sharing the cool websites and tools here. I am looking for a free online video converter tool. Your recommended video ripper is a nice video downloaded and converter. I have tried it! It is easy to use! Most importantly, it is free!