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One of our picks this week may be the most useful we’ve ever featured, so let’s dive straight in…
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Your newsletter inbox. We’ve featured Meco before, but with new features to help you learn from you’re newsletters, it’s worth mentioning again. It’s still got all the features that let you read your newsletters mindfully, in a purpose-built space that gives your actual emails space in your normal inbox.
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👩💻 More Insanely Useful Websites
Remove the awful ads from recipe sites. Honestly, this is one of the most useful sites we’ve ever featured. If you’ve ever tried to google a recipe for a cocktail or a meal, you’ll know that recipe sites are just awful. Just paste the link into this site to make it usable.
Curated public domain photography. There are already sites like Unsplash providing royalty-free images, but they can be overwhelming because they lack curation. Skuawk has distinct, hand-picked collections of photographs to make your job of picking the right image easier.
Recall things you’ve seen or heard on your laptop. Similar to Rewind, Unlost uses AI to process and store what you’re doing and reminds you about the relevant points later. Currently free (while in alpha and beta).
If you’re wondering how this can be used to help you be more productive, check out this example from Rewind:
🧠How to remember everything about anyone:
Thomas, a program manager, uses Rewind as his own personal knowledge management system.
With audio capture on, he says aloud what he wants to remember about someone, & asks Rewind about it later before he meets them again.
— Rewind AI (@RewindAI)
Sep 6, 2023
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