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My image Read-Able – The Readability Test Tool is a web based service that lets you quickly test the readability of an entire webpage, a part of it or a sample of text. You can conduct the test by entering the URL of the page, inputting text directly or by linking to the tool from your webpage. It scores the text on various readability indicators.

My image OpenWith – If you are a professional blogger or site designer, you may find yourself jumping from one browser to the other. This can become a tedious task when you have to copy URLs and then paste them in each browser. For Firefox users however, there is a tool that makes this browser-shifting much easier. This tool is called Open With. Read more: Open With: Quickly Jump Pages From Firefox To Other Web Browsers
My image LearnBoost – Teachers know that managing a class is no small task. They have to manage grades, rosters, and at times, even seating arrangements. LearnBoost is a website that tries to merge all these features into an online interface, with a focus on grading. If you are a teacher, all you need to do is create an account on the site and then set up your school. Read more: LearnBoost: Free Online Teacher Gradebook With Lots Of Features
My image OneExtraLap – So you think your geography knowledge is better than your friends? Why not take a quiz to find out? And you don’t even have to use Facebook and its dubious quizzing applications anymore. Taking a quiz is fun only if you’re competing with someone and OneExtraLap lets you do exactly that. Read more: OneExtraLap: Easy Social Quizzing Website
My image CellSea – Editing a video to fit into your portable media device can be a lengthy process particularly when the video is hosted online and not on your computer. You have to download the video, pass it through a video editor and converter, and then transfer is to your media device. But CellSea aims to make that task easier. Read more: CellSea: Instant Video Editor And Converter Online

 

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  1. Aibek
    October 28, 2010 at 11:16 am

    Hey Paul,

    Just checked and it seems you're right, the site doesn't work with Youtube. I tried other supported site and it seems to be working fine. So it seems the issue wiht their site.

    Aibek

  2. Paul G
    October 25, 2010 at 1:28 pm

    CellSea - I can not get this to work as each time I enter a YouTube URL and click Upload it responds with "Please enter the URL". I have tried FF & IE8 and get the same result. The file upload appears to work but that defeats the whole point of using this service.

    Anyone get this to work? If so, am I doing something wrong?

  3. Paul G
    October 25, 2010 at 11:28 am

    CellSea - I can not get this to work as each time I enter a YouTube URL and click Upload it responds with "Please enter the URL". I have tried FF & IE8 and get the same result. The file upload appears to work but that defeats the whole point of using this service.

    Anyone get this to work? If so, am I doing something wrong?

    • Aibek
      October 28, 2010 at 9:16 am

      Hey Paul,

      Just checked and it seems you're right, the site doesn't work with Youtube. I tried other supported site and it seems to be working fine. So it seems the issue wiht their site.

      Aibek

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