Nine Helpful Links that Will Save Your Life (Part 1)

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Life made easy!

Do you like to take notes while browsing? Do you want to create a private chat room for you and your friends to discuss a surprise party? Perhaps you want to create complex flowcharts without downloading a gigantic program? This guide will help you in doing simple things without complications. There is no need to sign up for most of the links listed below. These no-nonsense links will surely help you in getting things done.

    • SumoPaint – This is an image editor with an extensive array of brushes. SumoPaint is packed with the wackiest effects and unique tools to enhance your photos. It is like a portable Photoshop. What more can you ask for?
    • Kleki – An online editor similar to SumoPaint. This is a more simplified version. On the plus side, the site also provides guides and tutorials on creating colored drawings with the basic use of layers.
    • WhatTheFont! – Have you ever seen a font you like on a television show? Want to know what it is? Well, you now can upload a photo and WhatTheFont will search the specific font for you. If there are no results, there is also a forum for font enthusiast to help you out.

 

      • Paste Bin – This was originally made so that programmers can easily share their codes. Now, anyone can type, or paste large .txt files for easy sharing. You can also set an expiration for the notes you made. No need for you to register to use it and the recipients of your notes do not need to register either.
      • NotesIO – If you need an online notepad while you are researching, this for you. Unlike Paste Bin, notes on NotesIO are for your personal use, and not for sharing. It is a simple yet reliable personal notepad.WhatTheFont! – Have you ever seen a font you like on a television show? Want to know what it is? Well, you now can upload a photo and WhatTheFont will search the specific font for you. If there are no results, there is also a forum for font enthusiast to help you out.
      • DrawIO – Do you need to create flowcharts? DrawIO is your all-around online diagram software. You can save the charts on Dropbox, Google Drive, and your local device. You can start from scratch or you can use premade templates. They have a wide variety of templates from business to software layouts. It is definitely helpful to computer programmers, engineers, and architects.

     

    • PrivNote – Remember those Mission Impossible movies where messages self-destruct after being delivered? You can send notes using PrivNote and it will leave no trace. It will automatically get deleted after being read. It is definitely great if you are exchanging secret information with someone.
    • NilTalk – If PrivNote allows you to send disposable notes , NilTalk allows you to have an instant and disposable chat room. There is no need to register and your messages will not be recorded. You just need to input a password for your private chat room. After, you can send the unique link to the selected participants. They can join in and the chat room will end after 120 minutes.
    • LMGTFY –  When your friends are too lazy to search, Let Me Google That For You will do the search for them. It is also a great tool for teaching someone on how to search things online. Despite the name, the search is NOT limited to Google only. You can use other search engines like Yahoo, Aol, Bing, and Ask.

More helpful links regarding number generators, time zones, and an online grammar checker  are found here. If you want links about file transfers, and internet security, just click here.