16 Sites That Will (Maybe) Change Your Life (A Little)
Some of these sites may be helpful to you, some not, but they are all pretty cool and can make life interesting if you get bored on the net. I have no affiliation with any of them in any way, I just like them for one reason or another. Take a look and see what you think. Feel free to add your own sites in the comments – nothing gross, vulgar, or profane, people. (Keep those sites on your private browser.)
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I love this site. Random, cool crap that is sometimes handy to know.
I love messing around with this site and the kids and I have made all kids of stupid (I mean, artistically brilliant) videos. This is one we made last year. So corny, but it only took 30 min and was fun to do.
Schedule “don’t forget to follow up, dummy” emails and never miss a chance to connect:
Download free kindle books to read on the kindle app or your kindle, formatted in a way that’s easy to use:
Cool way to view time zones that’s not so confusing. I get flustered when trying to schedule meetings with people here, on the east coast, and the west coast at the same time. Anyone else?
Layer-based online image editor. Fun to play with:
Send textnotes to someone and they will self-
destruct after being read. Kinda fun. Like Snapchat for texts. Really serves no purpose, but anyway… :
Create music. Or if you’re like me, try to create music:
There are about 100 different ways to record and share your screen. This is one of them:
Fact based answers to your questions. Just try it:
Make any image a vector image – here’s my headshot as a vector:
If you aren’t a great photoshopper (like me), try background_burner to remove background images on your photos.
An alternative to Power Point is Haikudeck.
From their website:
Have I Been Pwned? collects the email addresses and usernames exposed by various high-profile hacks to let you know if your personal data has been compromised. Simply enter an email address or username you commonly use and the site will cross-check it against recent data breaches, telling you which companies leaked your data and which types of data have been leaked.
I have not been pawned. Yet.
The kids like to play around with this. It’s soothing, in a weird sort of way.
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