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15 Websites That Make Your Time Spent On The Internet Productive

15 Websites That Make Your Time Spent On The Internet Productive
If you think it’s a waste of time to just browse on the internet, nah-ah. Siddharth Kapoor got 15 websites on Quora which could help us all be productive when spending time on the internet. Here’re the websites you need to know: www.vocabulary.com - The quickest, most intelligent and fun way to improve your vocabulary.www.coursera.org - Coursera is an education company that partners with the top universities and organizations in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.www.spreeder.com - It’s a free online speed reading software designed to improve your reading speed and comprehension.www.lumosity.com - A simple online tool to allow anyone to achieve their brain’s full potential. What do you do during your free time? 20 Productive Ways to Use Your Free Time Featured photo credit: Portrait of dreamy smiling young woman using laptop while lying on floor at home via Shutterstock

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