It’s basically a text to speech site that lets you copy and paste passages into a text box and then the computer will read it back to you. I use this when I need to type out papers, short stories or any other lengthy piece of writing as a way of proofreading. It’s nice to use this way because then you can hear your errors read aloud.
I always love an opportunity to be able to talk about archive.org because it is such a wonderful and free resource for so many things.
It has millions of free downloads for music, movies, books, software, etc. One very popular example is that it is home to a very large catalog of Grateful Dead recordings
There is also The Internet Arcade where you can play a lot of classic games along with the Console Living Room which is similar. They have access to tons of old PC games too and you can even play the original Oregon Trail online. There’s a lot more in their software section too.
It also has The WayBack Machine which has archived more than 486 billion web pages saved so you can go back and see how websites were years ago. For example, here’s reddit on July 25, 2005 a month after it was created.
Online image editor with Photoshop feature.
Allows me to search up a movie or TV show and tells me where it’s streaming.
Listen to radio around the world https://radio.garden/
camelcamelcamel.com – Tracks the price history of something on amazon so you can see if a sale is actually a good deal.
wolframalpha.com I sometimes use it math calculations
Also desmos.com if you need a graphing calculator.
Ahh. Cheating in pre-calculus in high school 🙂
Why stop there? I still use it to calculate my shit when I’m lazy and I’m 3rd semester of Engineering
Tons of free-to-use images of damn near everything.
Paste info from your MS Word documents and it outputs as nice clean HTML. I’ve tried a few other options over the years but this is the one I go back to. Saves a hell of a lot of time editing content for the web which I get in Word documents.
remove.bg does a pretty solid job at removing the background of any image. You can even just Ctrl + V
Tip of my tongue!
It’s really effective and has helped me countless times, I always seem to want a word when I’m writing but forget what the actual word is.