Reneé Everett’s top 10 sites for 2014

top 10

  1. Background Burner is a fantastic website for removing background from an image or photo. The same features are available in Adobe Photoshop, but with much more effort. This system does the job for you automatically.
  2. Super Cook is simply marvelous!
    Your cupboards and fridge are full of various items, yet you have no idea how to combine them into something that tastes halfway decent. Luckily, Supercook can do the hard work for you. Tell it what you have on hand, and it’ll show you a bunch of recipes culled from popular cooking sites such as and Epicurious. This is a fun way to decide what to cook and a great way to find some new, interesting recipes.
  3. Mathway
    Mathway is a pretty cool website, especially when you want to check answers when helping your children with Maths homework. You have to upgrade for the step by step solution. The free option gives you the answer only.
  4. If you like English and Words… You will love Online Etymology Dictionary. This site gives you the history and derivation of any word.
  5. What if I told you that you could create your own screen casts online without any downloads? Screen casts have never been easier. Thanks to SCREENR you can do screen casts easily and for free!
  6. Wonder How To  ~ Because there is an ‘inner geek’ inside all of us – This site is a must! So if you ever wondered HOW TO…
  7. Pinterest
    If you simply want to get lost in a time-lapse of awesomeness … Pinterest is the place to be. Be warned – you can lose hours on this site. (Make use of the search function for best results).
  8. FutureMe
    Send a letter to your future self and track life’s triumphs and setbacks. It’s like a digital time capsule!
  9. Khan Academy – Like their website states:  You only have to know one thing: For free. For everyone. Forever.  This site is simply awesome!
  10. If you love to travel – AirBnB is amazing. With Airbnb, you can find unique accommodations in people’s homes—from houses and apartments, to tree houses and igloos. The listing details below explain what you’ll find in this space. If you have any questions, you can contact the host directly.

    I hope you like my list. Please leave a comment or suggest some other great sites to visit.


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