Penzu is a free online diary and personal journal focused on privacy. Easily keep a secret diary or a private journal of notes and ideas securely on the web.
750 Words is all about learning a new habit: Writing. Every. Day.
Everyone can have their free personal diary or journal at my-diary.org - Choose to have your diary private or public
Prosebox is an online journal and diary community. Write anonymously, share, and make some new friends!
Secure and private journaling in the cloud. Create your own personal online diary - safely backed up online, accessible from anywhere.
Collect everything you love and express yourself in one Diary for life.
JRNL helps users organize their thoughts with unlimited multiple journals and tags. Use JRNL to tell the whole story. We help users tell a more complete story.
Journalate is so easy to use and you can quickly import your posts from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube!
Create your own travel diary to capture your experiences
Cross-platform diary / journal available on Android, Chrome desktop, Mac, Windows & online web.
Record your private thoughts and photos every day, without limit. Watch yourself grow over time.
Live your life now, we'll help you relive it later. Organize your memories with Gumwall.
My Therapy Journal offers a private journal site for personal journaling. Ideal for journaling mental health or simply journaling to heal.
Memilog is a simple way to capture and relive important events in your life.
The world needs more love letters. our mission is simple -make love famous.
IFTTT puts the internet to work for you. Create simple connections between the products you use every day.
Play chess online, learn new chess strategies, tactics and rules, study chess
games and openings - all FREE on Chess.com - the #1 online chess site!
Houzz is the new way to design your home. Browse 8 million interior design photos, home decor, decorating ideas and home professionals online.
Over 500000 high quality photos, illustrations, and vector graphics. Free for commercial use. No attribution required.
Copy the ‘hidden’ characters that comes with the computer’s typefaces, to be pasted into emails, tweets, documents, forums and whatever else you might need.