Cool Websites and Tools [October 22nd 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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Kindle Cloud Reader – Are you looking for ways to read books in your Kindle library without the actual Kindle device? For people who have Google Chrome or Safari, this is possible thanks to a web service called Kindle Cloud Reader, a free to use web app by Amazon that gives you online access to your Kindle library. Read more: Kindle Cloud Reader: Read Kindle Books Without Kindle

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TimeKiwi – With so many social networks around you may often find yourself jumping from one webpage to another just to view your updates. The task becomes even more time-consuming if you have signed up for blogging and photo sites. Here to help save time is a web service called TimeKiwi. It is a website that aggregates feeds from the services you have signed up for, and presents them in beautiful timeline format. Read more: TimeKiwi: Aggregates Your Twitter, Blog & Photo Feeds In A Beautiful Timeline


My image – lets you find profiles and reviews about a place from an easily accessible row of tabs that lives just below Chrome’s address bar. It can display profiles from services like Citysearch, Facebook Places, Foodspotting, Foursquare, Google Maps and Places, and lots more. works only if you check out a place in one of its supported websites. Read more: An Extension That Aggregates Place Reviews & Profiles [Chrome]


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Grndctrl – We have all found ourselves calculating how long it will be before we purchased a certain item. But factoring in all our expenses and expenditures can be difficult if we do it manually. Here to provide you with the extra help you need regarding this matter is a a free to use web application called Grndctrl. Read more: Grndctrl: Find Out Where Your Money Goes & Track Your Savings


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Powermax – If you are an Android phone user, you need to pull out all the stops to extend your battery life. Android is a powerful mobile OS, but the combination of skin animations, widgets, and a constantly-on network means that you have to always check your battery status. Fortunately, Powermax is a one-click power management app useful for extending the time between charges. Read more: Powermax: Power Management App For Android


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my friend’s step-aunt makes $86 an hour on the laptop. She has been unemployed for 9 months but last month her paycheck was $7742 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Here’s the site


f##k you frosty

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