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Free campgrounds can be hard to find these days. This handy site offers information on where to go for free camping. The site features a simple, map-based search engine to find free and cheap camping areas.
This is a free music organizer and tag editor program to help you keep your music collection in top shape. NeatMP3 offers an intuitive interface and advanced organizing and editing features. (For Windows and Mac).
This handy program lets you create, merge, split, watermark, and crop PDF files. You can also extract text in multiple languages from images using OCR (optical character recognition) and save it as a PDF document. You can use 3StepPDF Lite for personal tasks and projects. (For Windows).
At this site, you'll find a nice collection of free photo editors that let you enhance or transform your images with many types of professional-looking effects. Photo effects here include sketch drawing, oil painting, watercolor, cartoon drawing, HDR, page curl, and more. Many nifty-looking logo generators and text effects are also available.
This handy free email reminder service can help you organize your overflowing inbox. You can write or forward any email to Nudgemail and it'll be sent back to you at any time you specify. Since Nudgemail works within your email, there's no need to log in to an external site to use the service. Nudgemail works with all email clients and on any device.
An addictive free game, OpenTTD is based on Transport Tycoon Deluxe (the classic business simulation video game). OpenTTD does a good job of capturing the spirit of the original game and offers numerous enhancements, including vastly larger maps, drag-and-drop support for most of the tools, and multiplayer mode for up to 255 players. (For Windows and Linux).
A regularly updated directory of family-friendly freebies, as well as a collection of funny and interesting offers from around the Web. Categories include baby offers, beauty items, books, contests, coupons, education, food, health, household goodies, kids stuff, music, pet items, product samples, trial offers, and more.
Are you looking for free books or magazines? Check out TheFreeSite.com's "Free Books & Magazines" section, where we offer a roundup of book freebies, eBooks, magazine offers, free subscriptions, audiobooks, public domain titles, online libraries, and more.
Are you worried about sending private info via email? This easy-to-use program keeps your email secure with strong encryption. EncryptUs sits in the background automatically encrypting and decrypting your email. (Note: in order to work, EncryptUs must be used by your email recipient, as well). The program is free for personal use.
This free hosting service offers 1 gig of space and speedy servers, with no forced advertising. Features here include FTP access, ASP, SSI, and Microsoft Access database support, along with image and video hosting support.
This utility could well help improve your writing skills. WordWeb is a free feature-packed thesaurus/dictionary that can be used from your word processor or as a stand-alone program. Note: be sure to read their licensing terms. (For Windows).
At this addictive site, you can play online solitaire games in your browser for free. Unlike most solitaire games, here you play against the clock for points. The faster you play, the higher your score.
This is a nicely-done freebies blog that is updated daily with free stuff offers, product sample offers, sweepstakes and more. The site also features helpful information on how you can save money online.
Looking for free books? At this book-exchange site, you can give away books you no longer need in exchange for books you want. Every time you give someone a book here, you earn a point, and you can get any book you want from anyone else at BookMooch. Once you've read a book, you can keep it, or put it back into BookMooch for someone else to read. There's no cost for using this site (your only cost is mailing your books to others).
This free service lets you draw your own custom greeting card, which you can send to friends and family members, along with a personal message. If you need inspiration, be sure to check out the site's "gallery" section to view examples of cards that other visitors created.
Would you like to learn how to code your own Web pages like a professional? This handy resource offers a series of 21 free lessons in HTML (the language used to create Web pages). Written in easy-to-understand English by programming guru John Gilson, the lessons start with basics for beginners and progress to advanced coding topics.
Have you seen a font in use and want to know what it is? If you submit an image of any font here, you can find the closest matches in this site's database. Or you can submit the font to WhatTheFont's forum, where font enthusiasts can lend a hand in identifying it.
Looking for free electronic books? This site offers over 44,000 titles in various languages. Multiple formats are available, including HTML, EPUB, Kindle, Plucker, ZIP and plain text. Authors include Jane Austen, Mark Twain, Franz Kafka, Charles Dickens, and many more.
This free online service offers a quick and easy way to determine the number of words (or characters) in your text. You can either create a document here, or copy and paste text into the site's word counter box. Also, Word Counter automatically shows you the top 10 keywords and keyword density of the article you are writing.