Whyd – is a site where you can compile lists of your favourite music. Upon signing up, either by Facebook or by email, you are asked to pick your preferred music genres, so it can suggest which other members to subscribe to. You will get a bookmarklet to add tracks from places like YouTube. You can then listen to your tracks and to the tracks from your subscribed members.
Goal Tracker – Do you want to achieve goals in your life? Change habits? Accomplish resolutions? Goal Tracker will help you by keeping track of your progress. It is inspired by Jerry Seinfeld’s Productivity Secret – “get a big wall calendar…and hang it on a prominent wall. The next step is to get a big magic marker…for each day that you do your task, put a big mark over that day”.
Kuizza – is an online resource tool for testing one’s knowledge of any topic imaginable. Users can take kuizzes (pronounced “quizzes”, kool kids use a k) on nearly anything they wish and receive instant feedback on their results. Users may also contribute kuizzes by creating their own through our Create A Kuiz page. Kuizza seeks to allow people to validate their knowledge base and encourage curiosity and action.
Dictionary of Numbers – is an award-winning Google Chrome extension that tries to make sense of numbers you encounter on the web by giving you a description of that number in human terms. Like a dictionary describes words you don’t know in terms you do, Dictionary of Numbers puts quantities you’re unfamiliar with in terms you can understand.
Word Hippo – is a site that gives you the ability to enter any English word, and then be told anything about that word, such as an equivalent noun, adjective, adverb or verb. You can also look up the tenses, pronunciation, rhyming words, words that mean the same, and of course the meaning of the word. It’s a great site to bookmark if you are working with the English language on a regular basis.