CodeOrgan – Type in a URL, and this service scans the words, removes all the non-musical letters, and makes “music” out of whatever is left over.
Craiglook.com – Craiglook is a mash-up of Craiglist feeds (read through Yahoo Pipes) and Google Maps. Its location radius-based search is the site’s most useful feature, and its content is always up to date with the main Craigslist directory.
FillAnyPDF – a fairly simple web app which allows you to upload a PDF file, then easily write on it wherever you want. This allows you to easily fill out any form, even if they’re not in an editable PDF form.
Gethuman.com – A directory that tells you—on a company by company basis—exactly what number to call and what buttons to press to get through to a real, human operator.
Grooveshark – Here’s a music streaming web apps that stands head and shoulder above the rest, thanks to the size of its library. Find virtually any song, play it instantly, add it to a playlist, or added to your personal library.
Home Hacks – Here’s a great site for money-saving DIY tips and projects. Don’t miss their tech section. They’ve got a lot of great tips like How To Run Windows Simultaneously on a Mac OS Home Hacks.
Musicovery – a music-finding service that’s a little different than the rest. To get music recommendations, you just specify a list of genres that you like, a timeframe, and whether you want your music calm or energetic, dark or positive.
Shape Collage – a free utility that lets you arrange a large number of photos into shapes like hearts, paws, or words with next to no effort.
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