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Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Cool Websites and Tools [May 8th 2012]

Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. Most of the listed websites are FREE or come with a decent free account option. If you want to have similar cool website round-ups delivered to your daily email, subscribe here.

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Watch Foreclosure – This is an absolutely free to use web service that offers its visitors foreclosure listings. For people in the real estate business or who are looking for new property, this is a greatly helpful tool. Although you need not create an account on the site to view the listings, you can create one to receive automatic emails about nearby foreclosures. Read more: Watch Foreclosure: Get Absolutely Free Foreclosure Listings Online

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Novels On Location – Do you want to know the story about a specific place? Then you should check out Novels On Location. This Google Maps mashup plots the different places of interest and literature related to the place. Novels on Location lets you search for places or books using the search bar. Read more: Novels On Location: Find Novels In Google Maps


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BabyPDF – You will find numerous desktop applications that help you read PDF files. But when it comes to PDF editing, you will find that the most competent solutions come with a price tag attached. Here to be an exception to that rule is a desktop app called BabyPDF, a desktop app compatible with Windows computers. The app is an 11MB download and installs in a jiffy. Read more: BabyPDF: A Desktop App To Read & Edit PDF Files


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Terminal for Google – If you rely on Google services to get your online work done, then you'll probably appreciate that Google's services are quickly being integrated into a singular experience. Terminal for Google is a Chrome extension that takes this integration a step further by displaying shortcut icons to Google services from the browser toolbar. Read more: Terminal For Google: Quick Shortcut To Google Services Within Browser [Chrome]


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Thinkbinder – If you are thinking of starting a study group online then you should try out Thinkbinder. This website builds a social-like platform for study groups to share files, post ideas and status updates, collaborate, and just keeping in touch. Creating a study group with Thinkbinder takes less than a minute. Read more: Thinkbinder: Create & Organize Study Groups Online


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