This week we're featuring the most popular Insanely Useful Websites from 2022, based on number of clicks. We hope you enjoy, but don't worry - normal service will be resumed next week with more new and undiscovered sites.
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🤩 Most Insanely Useful Websites of 2022
#1: 50 Hacks
Featured in issue #32, this free website collected the 50 best productivity hacks, as voted on by the internet. Upvote your favourite hacks or write your own.
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The world of Insanely Useful Websites moves fast. Hypnogram was featured in issue #20 in May and was hugely popular, but now feels pretty outdated with tools like Stable Diffusion and Dall-E now widely available.
Featured in issue #21, 12ft can bypass (almost) any paywall by showing you the unrestricted version of a page that the Google crawler sees. Just enter the link on the website and click “Remove Paywall” to get started.
From issue #29, Free Learning List is a directory to help you discover the best education resources on the internet. It includes links to free courses, podcasts, Youtube channels, how-to websites and many more.
#5: Talk To Books
A big hit from issue #34, Talk to Books (by Google) is a fascinating website that lets you ask any question to its collection of 100,000+ books and gives you quotes from books that answer your question.
#6: Jiffy Reader
From issue #22, Jiffy is a simple chrome extension that lets you read anything on the internet faster and more clearly using bionic reading. This is an insane brain hack and definitely something you should try.
Featured in issue #37 and our most popular site of September, Upstract lets you read the entire internet on a single page. It features curated headlines and links from the most popular websites including Reddit, Google news, NY Times and more.
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