Participoll – describes itself as “free audience polling for Powerpoint”. No-hardware clicker-free polling using your audience members’ devices. Drop polls straight into your slides without having to preload questions. View and download historic poll data and anonymous comments (in the pro version). There is also a quick-install PC PowerPoint add-in (which doesn’t require install rights).
Engineer Prints – is a site that offers human-sized photos. They are called Engineer Prints because the prints are made on industrial printers typically used for architectural and engineering work. Your photo will be printed in halftone black and white ink on extra-light 20lb bond at a whopping 4 feet wide. Once it’s done it ships free, rolled nice and neat for just $40.
50 Ways To Get A Job – is an interesting site which offers tips on how to find a job. You start with the question “where are you at in your job search?” and you choose from one of 9 possibilities, laid out in a tile design. From there, you will get 6 tips on how to move forward. Once you have done it, you have to tick the box, or you can ask to be reminded in the near future to do it.
Triporg – is the online trip organizer that in a few seconds helps you to choose what to see and do in the city you select. Triporg helps you to make the most of your time. How is it done? Access Triporg and select a date and destination. Triporg then suggests what to see and do. You can customize your trip or update it if you change your plans or if something comes up.
ShortcutMapper – when using various pieces of software, it is possible to speed up certain processes by using keyboard shortcuts. But it can be difficult to remember them all. That’s where ShortcutMapper comes into play. Just choose which software you are using from the drop-down list, and the keyboard will show all of the various shortcuts.