With 1.8 billion (and counting) websites currently on the Internet, who has time to sort through them all? I guess we do, and today we’re bringing you seven websites you never knew you needed.
So without further ado, let’s get started!
10 Minute Mail:
Sometimes websites ask for your contact information, and sometimes you just don’t feel like giving it to them. 10 Minute Mail is a free service that gives you a temporary email address – and they don’t ask for your personal information to get it.
Use the temporary email address to confirm your account on the annoying website you visited and 10 minutes later the address will self-destruct and you’ll never hear from the website again.
If you’ve ever needed to show someone far away how to do something on a computer, you know how frustrating it can be. That’s just one use for this amazing (and free) service that lets you record your screen and voice into a video, and easily share via email, social media or even embed your videos into your website!
Date to Date Calculator:
Have you ever wanted to know how many days there are between Thanksgiving and Christmas? Stop counting days on the calendar and use Date to Date Calendar. It quickly tells you how many years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds pass between any two dates.
Okay, so you may be able to live without this one, but you have to admit that a wall-size picture of that selfie you took would really make the décor in your living room pop!
Rasterbator lets you take any picture and print it out on standard sheets of paper that, when applied together, make a complete picture in any size you want.
Continuing education is extremely beneficial in today’s business environment, but it can also be costly. Iversity is changing that by working with schools and instructors from around the world and offering a vast array of interesting courses for free.
Negotiating your way around legal documents can be a frustrating task, but Nolo helps consumers and small business owners find answers to their everyday legal and business questions. Get information or use their do-it-yourself tools to help you create your own legal documents.
For all of those things you’ve always wanted to know how to do, but they never taught you in school, the search is over! SoYouWanna can teach you useful everyday skills, such as how to chill a glass of Champagne correctly, how to open the Champagne bottle once it’s cooled and to how to serve the champagne with with an Irish accent!
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