Three More Sites Should Be Bookmark

Posted by Bhavesh Joshi On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 0 comments
Three more sites that should be bookmark in your browsers as -

Unsplash Free Stock Photos

Unsplash Free Stock Photos
If you are looking for free high quality images to use in your presentation or report, for a book cover, in your brochures, or for practically any creative mashup, head to Unsplash. You can search for images by keyword, and all the photos that you find on the site are licensed under Creative Commons Zero. This means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the images for free - even for commercial purposes - without providing attribution to the photographer or Unsplash. Though, a simple credit like "Photo by X" with a link back to - or mention of - their Unsplash profile is always appreciated. Create a free account and you can even "like" photos and submit your own to the website. Downloading is as simple as clicking on the image you like and right-clicking to save it to your PC. Bookmark this one - you'll never know when it'll  come in handy.

Lit Charts

Lit Charts
Need a crash course in literature? Try Lit Charts, an educational resource that breaks down classics and essential reading into easy-to-understand modules. Here you will find over 320 titles - with new books added regularly - from authors, philosophers, playwrights and thinkers such as Atwood, Dickens, Euripides, Freud, Hemmingway, Kafka, Shakespeare, Saki, Tolkien and many more. Under each title, you will find a single-page summary of the book, a detailed analysis, a discussion on the different themes in the literary work, character analysis, etc. A free account give you enough to start with, but students and teachers can opt for a paid account that gives them access to myriad other features, including downloadable PDFs, sortable quotes, detailed explanations and citations.

BrainBashers


BrainBashers
In existence since 1997, this website was started by UK resident Kevin Stone purely out of his love for puzzles.  Here you will find 'BrainBashers' in categories such as logic, maths, paradoxes, crosswords with numbers, daily Sudoku, visualization puzzles and more. The website has a daily puzzle section, mazes, riddles, and you will also find a whole new range of Japanese games. BrainBashers is even home to optical illusions that will perplex your brain and befuddle your senses, fractal images and stereograms (a 3D image hidden inside a colorful 2D image). 

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