The Internet is one of my favorite things. I adore web applications. I like how easy it is to start something without having to install anything. When you go to Wikipedia, everything is right there for you; no more steps are required! As a result, I'm irritated when a service requires me to register before I can utilize it.
However, not all web apps require it. You may perform basic web actions without registering, such as posting a photo on Imgur or shortening a link with it. You can even start a video conference without requiring anyone to register.
So let's see what else the Internet has to offer without needing you to register or log in with social media accounts, which can be risky.
A recurrent list of repetitious activities and a new "today's agenda" list are the two forms of daily to-do lists. For the former, Daily Todo is ideal. Go to the website and fill in the blanks with the various things you intend to complete each day. It will be turned into a list containing a full week's calendar for Daily Todo.
You can add or remove items from the list at any moment. It also serves as a productivity app akin to Jerry Seinfeld's Don't Break The Chain. In fact, I'd recommend making it your default homepage or a useful new tab page.
I'm looking for a resume.
Not everyone is capable of crafting a professional-looking, well-formatted resume that includes all of the necessary details. I Need A Resume has simplified the process with a web tool that allows you to create a resume for free. Go to the website and fill out the appropriate information and save it tab by tab.
The site will ask you to fill out a cover letter, personal information, a job summary, work experience, projects you've managed, education, and talents. Finally, you can alter the resume's appearance, which you can sample before obtaining a free PDF version.
Professional writers aren't the only ones who need to write well. Communication is crucial in creating an impression, whether you're writing that major project plan or figuring out how to handle a problem over email. Although no one expects a non-writer to write like an author, the Hemingway App can help you sound like one! It's also a great approach to make your resume appear more professional.
The program is based on the writing standards of author Ernest Hemingway. You may either write using it or simply copy and paste what you've written into the Hemingway App. It will analyze the content and make suggestions for improvements, such as reducing complicated phrases, deleting adverbs, and using more active verbs. etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., If you follow the advice, your rough content will sound like it was written by a professional! Simply copy and paste it where you want to save or send it.
Notes on Mac OS X and Google Docs online allow you to start typing and have everything saved automatically. Shrib is a no-registration variant of that. Consider it the web's version of the always-saved notepad. Simply go to Shrib.com and begin typing; it will preserve your work.
You may also go back in time and access prior versions of your notes. It even works if your Internet connection goes down, but you'll have to save it manually. It also includes Markdown support for speedier web writing. The Shrib FAQ answers all of your queries.
To download high-resolution copies, most of the greatest places to discover free photographs online need you to sign up. At Pixabay, there are no such bottlenecks. Simply use a Captcha code to confirm you're human, and you can download any stock image. However, a sign-in is required to view the full-resolution image.
Pixabay is also unique in that it curates Creative Commons Zero photographs, which means you can use them commercially without attribution to the original uploader or Pixabay. That's a significant edge!
How can you be sure that the photo you just downloaded or the link provided by a friend is safe? Before you regret getting malware on your computer, go to VirusTotal and scan it.
VirusTotal is a free online virus screening application that analyses any URL or file (up to 128MB) by comparing it to numerous anti-virus protection organizations' known databases. After a few moments, you should see a green tick or a red cross, indicating whether it's safe or not.
Timer on E.gg
There are many various sorts of free timers available on the Internet, but none compare to Egg Timer in terms of simplicity. Go to the website, type in the number of seconds, minutes, or hours you want the timer to run, and then leave it alone. However, keep the tab open!
There are also a few special, pre-programmed timers. A "morning" timer, for example, can help you get your blood circulating while also serving as a web-based Pomodoro timer with a default 25/5-minute cycle. And what an easy-to-remember web address: e.ggtimer.com
Reddit University is a Reddit-based educational institution.
If you think Reddit is just full of folks with too much free time who talk trash all day, you're only partly correct. Reddit has a lot of wonderful, valuable content, and you can truly use it to your advantage. The University of Reddit, a competitor to Coursera and Khan Academy, is a wonderful example.
This site is a collection of online lessons created by Redditors in a variety of subjects such as art, science, philosophy, language, fun and games, and so on. It's a one-stop-shop for the best, most valuable content on Reddit, and it's all free.