Ever look at a book and think, "Ugh. Look at all those pages." Well, be intimidated no longer. Use this web site to find out how long a given book will typically take a person to read.
Got a bunch of random food in your fridge and have absolutely no idea what to do with it? Stop your fretting. Fret no longer. Fridge Food has you covered. Just click what you've got in your kitchen and it'll suggest a meal you can make.
Plug in any YouTube video and Chordify will send back (mostly accurate) chords to play that song almost immediately.
This Google map provides wireless passwords from airports and lounges around the world, as indicated by the rather self-descriptive title. Never be without wifi again when you travel.
Course List is a curated directory of 32 (and counting) online courses. Add your own or explore the site.
Typely is a sensitive, unobtrusive and reliable proofreading tool for any writer, newspaper editor, teacher, blogger or student.
Get scholarships from colleges for your achievements in high school. With a free RaiseMe profile, high school students can earn no-essay scholarships from over 250 colleges for getting good grades in the classroom, taking the SAT and ACT, taking AP courses, playing sports, volunteering, working to support their families, and more.
When it comes to quirky food festivals, America stands united. This cross-country map of state-by-state cuisine celebrations, adapted from National Geographic's book, Great American Eating Experiences, takes you from Massachusett's fluffernutter fest to a garlic gathering in California (breath mints recommended). Plan a food-filled road trip to follow the locals to these top festivals highlighting regional specialities.