Need a quick and easy screenshot tool? Try Lightshot. Works on both MacOS and Windows, can be used as a standalone app or a browser extension, and has some editing tools as well.
Explore maps and graphs of historical and projected climate trends in your local area. View data by topics to see how climate change will impact things you care about.
Nepali is an Indo-Aryan language with around 17 million speakers in Nepal, Bhutan, Burma and India. Nepali was originally known as Khas Kurā and was the language of the Khasa kingdom, which ruled over the foothills of what is now Nepal during the 13th and 14th centuries. This site contains some resources from Cornell University for learning Nepali, including audio and text of original dialogs written and recorded by Cornell's language instructors, interlinear transcripts and translations, grammatical explanations, a bi-directional glossary with audio pronunciation, and supplementary videos scripted and produced in Nepal.
What makes an airplane fly? How does a spacecraft stay in orbit? Why does a balloon float in the air? The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum explains how with this useful site filled with instructional videos and educational material.
Early personal computers were nothing like present day computers. They had personality! Each was different and more exciting than the previous, with new features and capabilities. This web site is dedicated to the preservation and display of these vintage computer systems.
Olli is an iOS camera app that creates beautiful animations and drawings from your photos. Olli's unique technology mimics the way artists see and draw, and with Olli's live preview, the story unfolds before your eyes.
Py is a way to learn on your phone that focuses on interactivity and responsiveness. Py figures out what concepts you're weak in and asks you to review them. It keeps you engaged by tracking your progress, letting you earn points, and level up. Py has content built by professors, engineers, and research scientists from Google, Facebook, Yale, and NASA.
Finding yourself unproductive? With BaTo.Life you can set a time limit for certain web sites and your browser tabs will get closed after that time period. It's really that simple.