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The Internet offers many advantages. It has made our lives easier and one can do anything and everything by sitting at home and not moving at all. Depending upon its usage it can act in either way an angel or a devil and that entirely depends on how you use it.
The Internet revolution has ushered in an era of change in our lives especially the teenagers, its significant development, availability, and affordability has made the internet accessible to all, so here is a list of 14 things which are totally free on the internet and one should definitely take advantage of it.
Do explore these things at least once I bet you will be amazed because they are just awesome things that one can try.
There are many sites on the internet which offer you a wide range of courses, that too free of cost.
Like coursera.com, simplilearn.com, ALISON etc.
You can create an extremely temporary email address that will automatically self-destruct in 10 minutes, allowing you to sign up for sites without the s
If you simply can't work/sleep without some kind of comforting white noise cascading over your eardrums here comes your saviour.
Yup, I'm talikng about Duolingo where you can learn any language.
A completely free way to connect live with a "listener," with a bounty of free counseling options available and it's all anonymous too.
Once you log in, you can create a "recipe," programming an alert or action that will happen anytime two correlating actions occur on the web
The best part they all are still available on the internet.
Your eyes will be widened to the magical world of spectacular fonts, all free to use in any way you wish.
Photo editing with panache, for all those who want their photos to shine a little bit brighter.
I'm really enjoying things for free these days. LOL.
And it can manage all your finances pretty much free.
With Freerice.com, you can help feed hungry humans all over the world, without sparing a penny on them. You just need to answer a series of questions in subjects like English grammar and basic chemistry, and for every correct answer, the World Food Programme will donate 10 grains of rice to the global cause.