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5 short links for today #8

vocalgrabber 1. VocabGrabber is a small utility to analyze your writing, vocabulary and how frequently you use certain words. Insert any text (up to 200000 characters) and generate lists of the words used and their frequency. View as a list or tag cloud. You can further filter the words based on 7 subject areas (Arts & Literature, Geography, Math, People, Science, Social Studies, Vocabulary).

ie8-logo 2. How to slip stream Internet Explorer 8 to Windows installation discs: A downloadable PDF guide from Microsoft. Supported OS - Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP.

psd-logo 3. How to reduce PSD files size: Add a white filled layer on the top of your PSD file and save it to achieve a 20% size reduction. Then zip it to reduce the file size to a massive 85%. Nice trick.

dustme-selector 4. Dust-Me Selectors: A Firefox addon created by that helps find unused CSS selectors on the current page. It extracts all the selectors from all the stylesheets on the page you're viewing, then analyzes that page to see which of those selectors are not used. The data is then stored so that when testing subsequent pages, selectors can be crossed off the list as they're encountered. A great tool to clean up your stylesheets.

chrome-channel 5. Google Chrome’s YouTube Channel: Some time back Google started airing Chrome ads on TV. Did you know that now there are 55 Chrome-only videos on YouTube?


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