I'm switching to a shorter format for descriptions so I have more time for iPhone coverage (not really). :)
In PicturesIn Pictures is all about picture based learning. Tutorials (Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, programming, etc) come with pictures to help you with different tasks. Easy to follow and task-oriented (eg. how to create/modify stuff), In Pictures is a great way to learn stuff.
Best When Used BySave your perishables from expiry with Best When Used By.
Best When Used By is an easy-to-use service that alerts you when your perishable foods are about to spoil, saving you money, time, and frustration.Learn more with their 3 minute tour. Most useful for those who stock up on food like squirrels. :)
MRI is a bookmarklet and
a free cross browser tool that lets you test selectors with any web page. Selectors, particularly complex ones can be difficult to get exactly right - MRI lets you experiment with them on any web page (local or online, static or dynamic).
Simply click elements to see possible selectors, or enter a CSS selector to highlight elements that are selected by the CSS selector you entered. If you do web development, I suppose you should be able to appreciate this time saver. :)
MetaGlossaryNeed a definition? MetaGlossary could help you out. MetaGlossary
harvests definitions from the entire web, the world's largest, constantly-updated repository of information.
If a term isn't defined yet, you can even submit your own definition. Maybe I should submit one for tkhere. :P
[via Define Anything with MetaGlossary @ LifeHacker]
TwitterWhereRead the twits around you with TwitterWhere. Enter a place, select the proximity and TwitterWhere generates a location based Twitter feed for you. I never knew I was surrounded by so many twits. :P
Ok, we're done for the day. There'll be more freebies tomorrow or see yesterday's freebies. See ya.