I'll start with a fun one: Fodey lets you generate a newspaper clipping, like this one:
|You KNOW I'll be using this a LOT!|
- From makeuseof (which is a pretty nifty site), some guides you might be able to make use of. I'm interested in the ones for audiophiles and building a PC. I'll point out for Apple-eaters that there are ones that Mac and iPhone users might really like to check out. (Notice that you can either view or download the articles.)
- Text Mechanic is something I'll use when I copy and paste text from emails. Clean things up. But there's more here to check out.
- This list of useful websites is from 2012, but I like that there is such a variety.
- A QR Code Generator. I just want to play around with this one, but I know some of you will know how to use it from the get-go.
- Create a website? Hmm... Sounds interesting.
- If you want to convert various media types. For free. Without downloading any software.
- Another document management/converter site.
- I don't know why you'd want to but, if you do, you can find sounds at Find Sounds. ~shrug~
- This is called iTools, but it's for finding tools - for language, media, searching, etc. - Mac & i or otherwise.
- When I saw the words "talk tech," I knew this wasn't for me, but... The blog is "where sys admins meet and talk tech." Talk tech to me. Love that.
- I have no idea why you'd want to "barcode yourself" (because, as a Christian, the idea creeps me out), but that's what caught my eye on this site. There are many ways art-meets-tech kinds of things you can do.
- The Hemingway app helps clean up your writing.
- Adjust Your Privacy helps you do just that. I guess.
- Internet Frog (cute) helps you optimize your PC and internet. I guess.
- Votiro - use a cloud source to clean files before you... whatever you want to do with them. (Sounds good to me & I have no idea how to explain it!)
- Login2 helps you log in to sites without signing up for a log in on that site. (It didn't work with some sites, but it did with others. Worth a look.)
- Top Sites works well. For general searches.
- AppStorm has a list of alternatives to popular software. I found replacements for Powerpoint in Sliderocket; PhotoShop in Aviary; and some others. The original StumbleUpon article is from 2011 so I wasn't surprised that the link for Acrobat didn't work.
I will be back with more, but I think you'll be busy with these 18 for a while!