FatURL comes in handy in so many scenarios when you need to share multiple links. Say you need to attach several links to your resume of the projects you have worked on and want to reduce the time going one by one would take. Or you need to present your potential business partner multiple links of the websites of different business partners you already work with, in a tidy, professional manner. FatURL is your one stop shop in either case and in many more.
Have you ever tried to express who you are and what you do, on a single web page? Do you already have a business website up and running, but you’d like another one that reveals other sides of your personality? And would you like your one page online presence to link to your main site, to show updates from your social profiles, and include a contact form?
about.me lets you do just that. You can create a one page online ID, with photos, bio, apps, and links, and you can start connecting with people on the about.me page straight away. And sure enough, you can also get in touch with anyone from your social networking circle and even outside of it with your short, personal URL, for instance, about.me/jamrelian. You even get a free about.me email address to promote your page, and business cards too, if you are heading into that direction.
Use Favicon.cc to create favicons as easily as drawing in a paint program. It works in your browser, so you don’t have to download anything. Once you’ve finished drawing, you can download the favicon to your PC, or share it with others. A favicon is a tiny icon that is associated with a web site or page, and you usually see it next to the page title on the browser tab, or in the list of bookmarks.
What’s great about Favicon.cc is that you can preview how your favorite icon will look in the browser, in its actual size, while you work. Favicon.cc updates the favorite icon of the editor page, in real-time, so you can view it in your current browser tab, and see how it compares to the favorite icons of other opened sites:
Do you have a free Dropbox account? This means you have a Dropbox folder where you put all kind of data that is saved in the cloud, and also synchronized across all your devices. Thanks to Site44, you can now create multiple websites inside your Dropbox account for the world to see.
It’s very easy to setup your website: just go to www.site44.com and click the big, blue “Sign in with Dropbox to get started” button. Sign in into your Dropbox account and allow Site44 to access your Dropbox account. You will now be able to create up to 5 websites into your Dropbox folder: click the “Create a new website” button and pick a domain name for your site. You can use a site44.com subdomain, like mysite.site44.com, or you can use any domain name you already own (like www.mysite.com).
So you want to sign-up for a free online service or try a new website, but they are asking you to fill out a long form with all kinds of details: name, address, ZIP code, phone, email, birthday, and more. But you want to protect your privacy and not give away all this personal information.
Use Fake Name Generator, a very easy to use online tool that automatically generates an entire fake identity. You get a name, address, city, a matching ZIP code, phone number, e-mail address, birthday, occupation, company, vehicle, and even physical traits like blood type, weight and height.
Micropayments startup Gumroad wants to help people sell anything they create, without having to set up their own store or use an existing commerce marketplace. Anyone can sell digital things like unreleased music, a blog post, well-written poems, exclusive videos, their best photos, app invites, class study guides, unpublished lyrics, source code. Or physical things like music albums or T-shirts.
The process is very simple: you just choose the product you want to sell and attach a price, a description and an image. You get a unique webpage that you can share with your fans or potential customers via Twitter, Facebook, or any other channel.
VirusTotal is an online tool that scans suspicious files and URLs with the help of over 40 antivirus engines and products. You can scan a website or a web page, the download link of an app or software product, and even upload any suspicious file from your computer.
VirusTotal scans for viruses, worms, trojans, and any other kind of malware. You get results from leading antivirus products like Avast, AVG, BitDefender, Kaspersky, McAfee, Symantec, and many others. For websites and web pages you also get reports from services like Comodo SiteInspector or Google Safebrowsing.