A cross between a resume and a personal website. It has a very convenient drag-and-drop interface and clean templates to choose from, and automatically adjusts for print, desktop and mobile viewing. It’s free to use; pay $10 to access more templates. Sorry, no actual cake.
The Unofficial Netflix Online Global Search (uNoGS) lets you look up the availability of shows and movies in Netflix’s different regions. You can limit its scope to certain regions and search by genre, IMDB rating and more.
A one-trick pony website that only plays music videos from 20 years ago. Whether or not you believe that that’s nostalgia’s magic number, it’s free, it’s fun and it’s more MTV than MTV. Remember MTV?
A free website that helps you discover movies. You can narrow your search by year, genre, rating (Rotten Tomatoes, IMDB, Metacritic) and availability (Netflix, iTunes, Amazon). Sign up to save watchlists and seen movies.
A membership-based online store. It looks for the lowest prices among partner shops and has “smart items” – two or more related products that cost less when bought together. It costs $50 annually but has a free 3-month trial.
Learn from experienced celebrities. Right now you can learn acting from Dustin Hoffman, tennis from Serena Williams and writing from James Patterson. Each course gets you lifetime access to videos and interactive tools and exercises.
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