Tuesday’s Highly Useful Links for Web People

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Image by Gideon Burton

Lately I’ve come across many interesting and helpful applications and services in the web. Thanks to all who have gathered and shared these! Here, I’ll pass them on:

  1. The Open Source Toolbox For WebDesigners
    A large list of everything a web designer may need.
  2. 7 website mockup tools
    Thanks to Matthew for collecting these. I’m currently trying out the Balsamiq which I was introduced by a friend of mine, and I got to tell you that it’s so sweet that I’m even considering getting the full version. Try it out at www.balsamiq.com. Available as web and desktop versions.
  3. 30+ Apps for Doing Business on Facebook
    Not all of them are that good or useful, but for example there’s even one light, but good CRM application that can be used in Facebook. So if you’re using it for doing business with people, you may want to check it out.
  4. 50+ Really Cool Twitter Mashups
    I guess the name already says it all.
  5. 14 Applications for Project Management and Collaboration (+ one more)
    Thanks to Webdesigners Depot for this one, and to a friend passing it on to me.  Here’s also one more I’m currently trying out called Doit.im. Usage for more like light task management program than to manage large projects.
  6. 25+ Ways to Manage Your Online Identity
    Thanks to Mashable.com
  7. 40+ Ways To Access Your Computer Remotely
    Thanks to Mashable.com, again. 😉
  8. KnowEm
    If there’s no other use for this service, you can at least find many social media networks which you probably didn’t know even existed.

Hopefully these are useful to you.

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