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Two interesting sites from the Scout Report

A photo editor and  a collection of ethics: – From The Scout Report – “The universe of free online photo editors is vast and deep, and Fotor is one that seems to stand out amidst these contenders. As a program that works across many platforms, Fotor also allows visitors the opportunity to create photo […]

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Agglomeration: online conversion audio,video,text and Washington DC’s essential eats

Agglomeration: online conversion audio,video,text and Washington DC’s essential eats Online converter – convert video, images, audio and documents for free – Easy to convert between formats. audio converter online File Conversion tools converter  Washington’s 40 most essential eats – Going Out Gurus – The Washington Post – “In this week’s Weekend section, we fully devoted […]

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Charity Walks and DoJiggy Software links

MHAF is using DoJiggy software for its Walk this May. This is the first foray into the software possibilities. Walk-a-Thon Software and Resources | DoJiggy – fundraising The Walkathon Guide E-Book « Walkathon Guide – walk fundraising Charity Walks Tips, Resources and Events – fundraising Product and Services Overview | DoJiggy – software walk fundraising

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A collection of links to Flashcard systems taken from an online article  in the Chronicle of Higher Education. That article is the first of the links. I tried Memrise to help learn some Spanish terms and found it very effective. Revisiting Flashcards – ProfHacker – The Chronicle of Higher Education – “Now that I’m trying […]

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An Agglomeration of Links for late November 2011

Medical research and treatment, how to use common household items rather than special cleaners, radioLab archives, debunking anti-science myths and an agglomeration of useful apps. Medical Research and Treatment Information from – “Our goal is simple: to help you and your family more easily navigate, stay current, and manage the often complex process of […]

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Geeks Guide to Getting Almost Anything Free

This came to me via Stumbleupon. The Geek’s Guide to Getting Almost Anything for Free | MintLife Blog |… – StumbleUpon “Does it pay to be Internet savvy? Yes. In more ways than many people imagine. Sure, the Internet is a great way to research just about anything you could ever want to know about; […]

Blekko Search and Accelerating Peer-reviewed Science links from the Scout Report

blekko | slashtag search ‘New search engines are released all the time, and occasionally a new one is worth checking out. Blekko is a new customizable search engine that helps users stay away from spam, content farms, and malware. Blekko draws on the power of the slashtag in order to organize websites and search results […]

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Agglomeration on or near 2011-08-09

Bagg’s Tree Buskers Nice collection  of pieces for Band In A Box (tags: biab band-in-a-box music bandinabox) | Gett sharing “The best way to publish and share your files” (tags: web internet web2.0 online tools filesharing) The next two are from  Scout Report DuckDuckGo “You may have played “duck duck goose” growing up, but […]

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Punchfork. Listings of recipes by images, and recipes gathered from a variety of blogs and other social media sources. This seems very nice. The visual aspect is especially appealing to me. Searching seems to work well too. Punchfork | The best new recipes from top food sites visual discplay of recipes form a variety of […]

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Two good sources for songs & images

Two links here. One for lyrics and tabs for the Ukulele. The other a listing of places to find images. Richard G’s Uke Songs “Here are lyrics and chords for a few songs” (tags: howto music reference) 5 Sources for Free and Legal Images | The Blog Herald “ while using your own images is always […]

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