Particularly people whose work requires heavy usage of their computers (like me) find it difficult to manage all their social networks in the minimum possible time. Thankfully services like NutshellMail are there to makes things easier for us. NutshellMail is a free website and one of many website that aim to merge our social media accounts. In addition to Twitter and Facebook, the site supports LinkedIn and MySpace. To start using NutshellMail we first need to create an account using the link located at the top right of the site’s homepage. Alternatively we can connect with our Facebook / Twitter accounts to sign in.
The Pencil Project’s unique mission is to build a free and opensource tool for making diagrams and GUI prototyping that everyone can use.
- Built-in stencils for diagraming and prototyping
- Multi-page document with background page
- Inter-page linkings!
- On-screen text editing with rich-text supports
- Exporting to HTML, PNG, Openoffice.org document, Word document and PDF.
- Undo/redo supports
- Installing user-defined stencils and templates
- Standard drawing operations: aligning, z-ordering, scaling, rotating…
- Adding external objects
- Personal Collection
- Clipart Browser
With Lovely Charts’ extremely simple and intuitive drag’n drop drawing mechanism, you’ll be able to focus on what really matters. You won’t have to draw boxes or arrows, and you won’t have to worry about what symbol to use.
Lovely Charts’s biggest strength lies in its innovative workflow and in its ability to generate lovely diagrams in minutes, with no effort.
- 100% free
- Online application
- Create flowcharts, sitemaps, wireframes easily! Continue reading
CutMP3 is a website with a remarkable user friendly interface. The function of the site is quite simple: to enable its visitors to upload audio files and cut portions out of it. CutMP3 provides this service to its visitors free of any charge.
In order to use CutMP3, we must first upload a file using the “Open MP3” button
Allowing users, and clients to format their text without delving into code has long been on developers priority lists, but these days, providing this usability is far easier than it once was. Here are 10 WYSIWYG editors that are commonly used, and are worth a look in if its something you need for a project.
OpenWysiwyg is a cross browser rich text editor with almost every editing capability you could want. It features a sleek user interface including drop-downs and buttons. High on its features is its capacity to handle tables well, with different borders and colours. However, Chrome is still not supported. Continue reading
1- Simple Mailing List Script With PHP/MySQL
Simple Mailing List is a simple-yet-powerful and free mailing list manager script that is built with PHP/MySQL.
It helps you to control a mailing list by adding/removing members (one-by-one or in bulk), seeing the active/passive ones and sending mailings.
Every message sent can have an “unsubscribe link” and, optionally, the administrator can be notified about such updates via e-mail.
E-mails to be sent can be both plain or HTML and they can be scheduled for a future date (works with cron jobs).