- Insanely Useful Websites
- 🦚 Make Wikipedia beautiful (IUW #62)
🦚 Make Wikipedia beautiful (IUW #62)
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Make Wikipedia articles visual. Search for a topic just as you would on Wikipedia and this site turns it into a zoomable map of the content, which you can flip through like slides. The infinite zoom map reminds us a lot of Prezi (which we hoped would replace PowerPoint).
Amazon price tracker. Amazon prices can change daily and timing a purchase right can save $$$ (just look at the chart above for a MacBook M1). Camel Camel Camel helps by showing the price history for an item and alerting you when it reaches your target price. Free to use.
Use YouTube for infinite cloud storage. One of the most insane tools we've featured, this project uses YouTube's unlimited video uploads by encoding files of any kind (not just video) and storing them on YouTube. Making it work is a bit more technical than most sites we feature, but its potential seems great. Free and open source.
🍌 Settling the debate
Metric vs imperial can be a controversial topic. Avoid arguments by using bananas instead. This site lets you convert distances and weights (imperial or metric) to the new universal standard.
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