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Here's 101 useful websites with easy to remember names

Here's 101 useful websites with easy to remember names
Here's 101 useful websites with (mostly) easy to remember names. Most of these websites help you manage productivity or just have some fun. If you enjoyed this list be sure to check out MajorGeeks Top Freeware Picks. 1. – Craigslist interface still sucks.

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Top 10 Websites to Download Music for Free (No BT) I had ever paid for China QQ music 3 months, and at last I found it wasn’t worth the money, since all the MP3s are only 132 kbps, and now I can find better music for free. If you like to use BT softwares, there will be more than 6 torrent websites for you to download free music. If you like to see some reviews against music before downloading, you can test these 3 wonderful music blogs. If you want to download more quickly, you maybe want to try below 10 websites, which should be the best ones to download music for free. 1. Bypassing content filters: How to see the web they don't want you to see The web is supposed to be open, but behind the scenes, content filters are often busy controlling what you see. The filters could be at your school or workplace, blocking sites such as the time-sucking YouTube from being accessed. It could be a media website that streams music and movies only to users located in specific countries. An ISP or a restrictive government could also impose content filters. International travelers are often innocent victims of these filters, when they find they can't access their digital content from wherever they're currently located. There are ways to bypass these restrictions, but be warned: Network administrators don't want you to dodge their data blockades and won't be happy if they catch you doing it.

22 Incredibly Useful Websites You Needed But Didn’t Know Existed. Thank Me Later For #10! The Internet changed the way we live, it made our daily task easier and thanks to it we can do things we didn’t think could be possible just a few years ago. Despite all the hours we spend browsing the web daily, there are so many useful websites we still don’t know about. This simple list is the container of some of the most useful websites you probably didn’t know existed.

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Useful links: A to Z of search Almost without thinking we all go straight to Google – which is great. I’ve been using it for years. But there’s a myriad of really great search tools out there. I’ve grabbed all my bookmarks for search engines on Delicious and compiled them into an A to Z of search. It’s not possible to cover every search category so I’ve concentrated mainly on search in the tech and social networking fields. Have a look through this list.

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Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right? You’ve probably heard about live Linux environments on USB drives, but did you know that you can also keep data persistent or even do a full install on the USB drive? Here are your three options for carrying Linux in your pocket. Find out which method is best for you. Write a Live ISO to USB It’s been talked about many times before, but it’s become really easy to take an ISO image of your favorite Linux distribution and write it to any appropriately sized USB drive. From there, you can boot up a Linux system on any computer that supports booting from USB media.

80+ Best Free Hacking Tutorials Learning to become hacker is not as easy as learning to become a software developer. I realized this when I started looking for learning resources for simple hacking people do. Even to start doing the simplest hack on own, a hacker requires to have in depth knowledge of multiple topics. Some people recommend minimum knowledge of few programming languages like C, Python, HTML with Unix operating system concepts and networking knowledge is required to start learning hacking techniques. Though knowing a lot of things is required, it is not really enough for you to be a competent and successful hacker.

The Ultimate Lifehack for 2013: 200+ Incredible Sites & Services Are you ready to ruin any chance you had of getting any work done today? This list represents “the best of the best” of the tech world’s resources DailyTekk curated over 2012. Culled from nearly 30 top 100 lists, this exclusive roundup represents the top 10 Editor’s Choice selections from our most popular lists of last year. Grouped together they form a powerful mega-life-resource that you can refer to again and again.

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