Cool Websites and Tools [September 20th 2012]

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   Cool Websites and Tools [September 20th 2012]


Kidlogger – If you have bought your young child a computer, it is best to monitor their computer activity and stay updated with what the computer is being used for. Here to help you thoroughly monitor what your computer is used for is a desktop app called KidLogger. The app monitors computer / phone activity such as key strokes. Read more: KidLogger: Monitor Activity On Your Computer Via Keystrokes & Screen Captures

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Chockadoc – Documentary films are highly informational and entertaining, provided you find the topic being covered interesting. If you are a fan of documentaries, then undoubtedly you try to watch as many of them as you can online. Here to offer you a collection of thousands of free interesting documentaries is a service called Chockadoc. Read more: Chockadoc: A Wonderful Resource For Watching Free Documentaries


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Amazon Electronics Trade-In – When it comes to electronics, such as cellphones, newer models are launched every month. This is why almost everybody has a few slightly older electronic items – ones they wish to get replaced by newer ones. Here to help you do that is Amazon’s new program called Electronic Trade-in, that lets you trade the electronics items you own. Read more: Amazon Electronics Trade-In: Trade Your Old Electronics Online For Gift Cards & Other Electronics


   Cool Websites and Tools [September 20th 2012]


Tunlr – People outside the United States often come across online videos that are viewable only from within the US. This is very frustrating when you need to watch such online videos. Thankfully, there is a solution to this problem, called Tunlr, a free to use service that helps people outside the US stream online videos meant only for US audiences. Read more: Tunlr: Stream Netflix, Hulu & Other Video Streaming Sites From Outside The United States


   Cool Websites and Tools [September 20th 2012]


Webmailer – Accidentally clicking on mailto links and having them open your email app that has not had its settings fixed is one of those things we all have experienced. The way mailto links should work is by opening the email address in our web browser and in the email client we use. Here to help you do that on Mac computers is an app called Webmailer. Read more: Webmailer: Set Mailto Links To Open Any URL In Your Default Web Browser [Mac]


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Ahmed Khalil

Kidlogger, is a very good and important app, thanks for sharing this one

Ahmed Khalil

Tunlr, is also a new idea, some time we can use it to avoid the problem of override the area restriction

Prabha Rani

Tunlr is very useful, and I wish Webmailer to support Windows also. :)


Tunlr looks good unfortunately not for xp

Aibek Esengulov

time to switch to Windows 7 or 8 :)


In that case try FireFox with ProxTube ( YouTube only but works well.

Dimal Chandrasiri

tunlr is a good option for me! :) so I can view all the region controlled videos! :)

Vijaynand Mishra

Nice Collection