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5 Useful Websites You Should Know

5 Useful Websites You Should Know

The Internet is a magical place, with a myriad of useful websites, pages, and gadgets. It is very difficult to know and keep track of all of them – there are just too many!

In today’s post on Topthingy, we’re giving you 5 websites that are extremely helpful yet remain unknown throughout the years.

1. Wireless Passwords from Airports and Lounges Around the World

If you visit this link, you will arrive at a google map page with a bookmark of all the airports and lounges around the world.

Clicking on a bookmark and it will show you a description of the Wi-Fi Internet connection, the name of the network and the Wi-Fi password.

For instance, if you click on the Denver International Airport in Colorado, you will see the name of 2 Wi-fi Networks: Admirals Club and Delta Skyclub along with their passwords.

This is especially helpful for tourists and travelers when they arrive at an unfamiliar airport.

2. 10 Minute Mail

10 Minute Mail allows you to create a disposable email address that lasts for 10 minutes only. You can use this temporary email address to sign up for any online service that requires you to input an email address.

This is especially helpful if you don’t want to keep your main email account from spams, viruses, and cyber-attacks.

If you find yourself wanting the mail to last longer, you can always refresh the lifetime of the mail address with just one button click. After you have gotten what you need, you can leave the mail alone; it will delete itself after 10 minutes.

You can create a 10 Minute Mail here.

3. Review Meta

If you are a frequent buyer on Amazon and rely on other buyers’ reviews to keep yourself informed, this website can help you big time.

The fact is, many vendors on Amazon and other online stores employ a tactic to boost their review. They hire fake reviewers to post fabricated reviews on their products and make them look like they are legitimate products.

Review Meta allows you to weed out all the fake reviews through their brilliant algorithm. Simply visit this link then copy and paste the Amazon product link in the menu. Review Meta will workout which review is likely to be fake for you.

4. Internet Archive

Many websites from the early days of the Internet has been lost forever due to various reasons. The Internet has matured a great deal and most of the websites that disappeared were obsolete anyway. However, it’s still quite a blow to our nostalgia when a site that we used to frequent is simply gone.

What if I tell you that it’s possible to revisit those old pages from the 90s? The Internet Archive at https://archive.org/ is a digital preservation library of the Internet. They provide you access to websites that are no longer functional – like how a library preserve books. Check them out if you haven’t, you might find a part of your memory there.

5. My Fridge Food

Your fridge is full of food, but you can’t decide on what to make?

My Fridge Food has your back. Simply tick all of the ingredients that you have in your fridge. The website will do some calculation and give you a list of dishes that you can make given the available ingredients.

It’s quite a handy tool for those who cook a lot. Who knows, you might even find a favorite recipe or two on My Fridge Food!

 

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