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🤩 New Useful Websites
Workspaces is an incredible collection of real desk setups where creative individuals spend their days. Each featured setup includes details of the equipment and a brief interview with the creator.
Clean install of Windows? Ninite lets you install most common apps at once - everything from Chrome, Spotify and Steam to Zoom and 7-Zip - with a single installer. Amazing time saver and avoids accidental toolbar installs.
Growth Design uses real-world examples to show how user experience can be improved, in comic book format. Useful for makers, but also interesting if you just want to know more about the psychology that businesses use.
👇 Retro vibes
Need a retro futuristic clock on a second monitor or spare iPad? Flipclock has you covered - just pull it up in the browser and hit full screen. There's also the option to add new themes and animations.
💎 Gems From The Archive*
If you want to make your screen look like a scene from 90s classic Hackers, look no further than Hacker Simulator. The terminal window even fills with realistic text when you hit random keys.
* Technically we haven't featured this site before, but because the very similar Hacker Typer was in issue #20, we're calling this an archive site.
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