If you’re a startup or a small company that just needs an image editor to resize and crop images you may not need the services of a pro or indeed wish to go to the expense of a Photoshop subscription and the learning curve that goes with it. So a good alternative is Photopea – it’s a free online editor that’s easy to use and has many of the tools and effects you need to edit your pictures – including web optimization. Amazingly, it also supports PSD, XCF, Sketch, XD and CDR formats.
Freerice.com is an online game that lets people donate rice to families in need by simply playing a multiple-choice quiz. For every right answer 10 grains of rice are donated via the World Food Programme. You can learn and help people at the same time.
When you use Google sites, apps and services, your activity is saved in your Google account and stored away on Google servers. But you can find out everything Google has on you by visiting https://myactivity.google.com/myactivity. It allows you to review and delete any data Google saved about you and your online activities. You can also change collection preferences to protect your privacy. Whether this data is really removed from Google servers is up for debate but it would stop a hacker finding out a lot about your life.
Looking for some safe and easy payback against spammers? Let https://spa.mnesty.com do the dirty work for you. Simply forward the spam email to firstname.lastname@example.org (make sure you strip out any of your personal information) and let their chatbot waste the spammers time. Spamnesty will also send you a link to the conversation so you can watch it unfold in real time.
It’s rather interesting to visit their website to see the range of exchanges and cons that are activated the moment a spam email is answered. And it serves as a valuable warning never to respond to spam as it indicates your email address is active making it all the more valuable to other spammers.