This Thing involves evaluating the following websites
You find the character you need and copy and paste it into your document. I just use the symbol option in the drop-down box in Word, its especially good when I have to Tick √ those PDF forms
An online alarm clock that promises to work even if your internet connection goes down. (The alarm will go off until you flip back to that page and make it stop, great if you’ve chosen the military trumpet – a hit with the neighbours). I prefer having my sound system programmed to start playing from my Ipod and it also turns itself off.
Tracks Atlantic & some Pacific tropical storms and hurricanes. There were no 'active', but a 'potential' storm >30% in the Pacific basin off Guatemala on the map. Even Queensland was cloud free, though there were some swirly bits down near Antarctica. Cyclone Tracy didn’t rate a mention in their Archives.
Social-ranking of nature photography, you post a photo; other users rank it. Unfortunately it is slow to load, but I love it, found a heap on beautiful lighthouses. I’ve added some themes to this post, namely Winter and Autumn (the detail & resolution looks better when you click on the image), will keep doing more I think.
Fake Name Generator
There's times you need a fake ID on the Internet, maybe it's the upteenth time you've signed up for an email account because they keep changing the process, maybe you just want to hide your real self. No matter what your reason, Fake Name Generator sets you up with a fake name and details. Seems a lot of effort, I might just stick to using themes like all the Beatrix Potter characters – Mr Jeremy Fisher & Miss Jemima Puddleduck, lots more fun.
Search for photos (artsy or news-related) to use in your blog posts, all perfectly legal. You can create an account, but there's no need to unless you want to create a lightbox to save your favorites into. I prefer the look & quality of Pixadus, but PicApp having the embedding code is a good idea.