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Today's Cool Site of the Day is #Flowdock. Flowdock is a business collaboration app that integrates with other tools that I actually use (like the super cool project manager, #Trello). I just signed up and instantly had no problem connecting with Trello (I'm also going to tie in Confluence). Give it a shot

Today's Cool Site of the Day is Curated Quotes (@cuquotes), a site filled with great quotes from famous folks. -- YES! @cuquotes YOU are today's Cool Site of the Day! The site features quotes by category such as 'The 75 Best Quotes About Coffee' Add this page to your 'useful links' related bookmarks. And see and vote for today's site here (on the day of this post) and give it a 'thumbs up' above

Today's Cool Site of the Day is #IFTTT, which stands for 'if this, then that' --  a common programming instruction. It's hard to explain how much fun this site is so just click over and start playing around. With IFTTT, you'll find yourself creating simple processes to make you more productive and informed (ex., "if my daughter posts a photo on Instagram, txt me!'). This link takes you right to the about page on IFTTT. This is one of those 'best websites' because of its utility. See it and vote for it here (on the day of this post) and give it a 'thumbs up' above

Today's Cool Site of the Day is Jing, my absolute favorite tool for creating screen captures that you can either email or use on your blog or website. Watch their simple to understand video and then try Jing for free. It clearly is a simple way to start sharing images and short videos from your computer screen. Best part is you have the ability to add basic visual elements to your captures and share them fast. See it and vote for it here (on the day of this post) and give it a 'thumbs up' above

PowerPoint may still be the standard for presentations even though it is a cumbersome interface and sort of feels like being trapped in a cubicle. Today's Cool Site of the Day, Haiku Deck, by comparison, doesn’t demand much know-how in order to start creating sharp-looking slideshows. Yes, like Prezi, Haiku Deck shows us that we don't have to settle for clunky and boring. Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above.