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Diagramo.com – A Tool For The Creation Of Diagrams

Diagramo is a new online tool that will let you create and share diagrams the width and breadth of the World Wide Web. Granted, there are other applications that let you do that. But Diagramo has the merit of being the first that uses HTML 5. Indeed, the programmers themselves admit that this application is nothing to go out of your way for, but the fact that it uses HTML 5 over Flash is what makes it interesting. In any case,...

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GraphYourInbox.com – Tracking Your Gmail Usage

A Google Chrome extension that has just been released, Graph Your Inbox will let you keep track of all your Gmail activity, over as long a period of time as you wish. Graph Your Inbox will allow you to plot one or several queries at once, and these can be just anything – you can specify the terms to be monitored, and then the timeframe that applies. Naturally, you can also instruct Graph Your Inbox to plot the flow of...

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GoGoPlot.com – Track Anything You Feel Like Tracking

There is no dearth of tools meant for the tracking of time, utilities devised for the tracking of projects, applications letting you monitor how much money you have spent during any stretch of time … all of these are vital and commonplace. But if you are looking for something a little bit different (and equally useful) this is the right site for you to stop by. It is entitled Go Go Plot, and it will let you track every kind of concept...

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Plaud.it – Bringing Several Statistics In One Place

Plaud.it is a tool that you would like to try at least once if you are a webmaster and you have multiple sites. You see, it can be used to monitor the statistics of all of them via a supple interface. This includes the prototypical information that any webmaster is always looking out for such as changes in Pagerank as well as the increase/decrease in his number of Feedburner subscribers, and the actual mentions that the site receives...

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PrettyGraph.com – A Simple Way To Build Charts & Graphs

Half the story when conveying information lies in how you are going to transmit it. There is data that can be put across only by way of charts, graphs and diagrams. It is the kind of data that is only assimilated if we have a spatial reference for comparison. We might not look at the numbers and percentages, and focus only on the graph. That happens very often, and the essence of the information is still transmitted. And no matter...

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