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Hex clock

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This sleek clock will display the local time in 24-hour format, sure. But it also uses the time as a hexadecimal color code for the background.

It goes the whole 24 hour range from #000000 to #235959, so it stays a bit dark. For a brighter version, check out http://thecolourclock.co.uk.


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Maps of the world from 3000BCE to present

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Can't exactly remember the layout of eastern Europe around the fall of the Soviet Union? A bit rusty on your geographical knowldege of Mesopotamia?  Worry not, for GeaCron.com has a map for any era you could possibly want.

GeaCron lets you search in certain areas or specific cities throughout history and all over the globe. It also displays historical battles and areas that were contested. You can move through time by year, decade, or century and watch, or choose a specific year.





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Search via image tags with Unsplash

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Unsplash is a fun little beta project by Arthur Weill that allows users to search for Creative Commons images based on tags. And while my search for "furniture" and "swag" produced no results, a simple search of "coffee" provided me with some really lovely stock photos.

Unsplash is available in English and French.



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The incredible 1-second website

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What if making a website was easier than making a Word document? Or actually easier, because Word crashes all the time.

With 42Pages, you can automatically generate your own website, add and edit content, even throw in a Facebook button and invite your friends to collaborate.


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Palette Town

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Welcome to Palette Town. Population: every color ever.

Choose an image, drag and drop it in the box, and Palette Town will automatically pull out the different HEX and RBG colors for you.

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