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Submarine Cable Map – there are many cables criss-crossing the oceans floors, more than you could possibly keep track of. This Cable Submarine Map details where a lot of them are. Zoom in for more details, or buy a print copy of the map.

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Draftsight – is cross-platform software that lets professional CAD users, students and educators create, edit and view DWG files. There’s a free version and two paid versions. DraftSight® was built with CAD users in mind and includes a huge list of features.

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Sokratik – is a site that allows you to “create visual narratives in your voice in minutes”. You can create slides with text, video and images easily. Then click the “record” button to begin adding your voice. When finished, start the presentation.

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Dedesign The Web – How well do you know the Web? Dedesign the Web is a quick and fun game where you need to guess a website just by looking at its wireframe. If you think you know the answer, type the answer in the box provided, or press “skip” to move on.

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Page2Images is a converter which takes your HTML and turns it into an image or PDF. Using it is very easy – copy and paste the HTML code into the box provided, select which device and screen it is for, then press “submit”.

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  1. Dmitriy T
    March 17, 2014 at 5:27 pm

    Must say that while Dassault's DraftSight is pretty good as free 2d CAD for _AutoCAD_-trained person, my personal preference ( as mechanical engineer working with high-end CAD/CAM and not electronic drawing board) leans toward Siemens' "SolidEdge 2d Drafting" *- it supports AutoCADs DWG file format input/output but interface is much more intuitive IMO and drawings can be parametric (it's "sketch now dimension/tinker later" approach - program will recalculate all dependent dimensions by long as you say to it that they're constrained). It is available as free yearly license from Siemens' website:
    Don't be afraid of "company" talk - it's free even for _commercial_ use , not to mention personal one. And btw it receives upgrades with major releases of full-fledged 3D CAD with same name.
    Downside - unlike DraftSight it's Windows-only, just like Siemens' 3D CADs.

  2. Zuzanna G
    March 17, 2014 at 9:47 am

    Everything now!

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