Sun, 08 August 2021
There’s a multitude of sites to choose from when exploring the internet, but here are the ones which we found to be the most useful.
Lessonface is a website that offers live online music lessons to students of all ages and levels. All the major instruments are represented, as are some unique choices such as the dulcimer and didgeridoo. Setting up lessons is smooth and simple; the process of searching for a teacher also is intuitive. Students can learn at their own pace as teachers provide live feedback as well as emailed summaries of lessons and practice assignments.
Hemingway Editor is a great tool for writers of all ages to explore their writer’s voice, while becoming a stronger writer. The site identifies common writing errors such as difficult-to-read sentences and word usage that could be simplified. Simply write on the website or copy and paste previously written pieces. Once turned into editing mode, it will identify general writing mistakes.
10 Minute Mail sets you up with a self-destructing email address that expires in 10 minutes. Your temporary inbox works just like regular email, allowing you to forward and respond to messages, but with utmost privacy and absolutely no spam to clog up your inbox. You can add extra time if 10 minutes isn’t quite long enough.
An extremely useful task manager for smartphones, and the website is especially useful when you need a big-picture view of your plans. With its grid-based, drag-and-drop layout, you can easily see everything in Any.do’s four distinct categories: Today, Tomorrow, Upcoming and Someday.