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(1) MakeBeliefsComix – Comic strip generator that lets you create comic strips online. Customize number of panels, add characters, emotions, text notes, speech bubbles, change background etc. Read more: MakeBeliefsComix – Online Comic Strip Generator.

(2) [NO LONGER WORKS] MashiCal – Merge calendar feeds (iCal) from multiple sources into one shareable calendar. You can easily publish and view your mashed calendar online, and share it with friends. Read more: MashiCal – Merge Calendar Feeds Into One Shareable Calendar.

(3) Mashspots – Enter the location and type of business you’re looking for to get four close spots in the area. Read more: Mashspots – Cool Local Business Locator on Google Maps.

(4) MTVMusic – Think of it as a comprehensive MTV video archive site that lists around 16,000 videos including MTV’s entire music videos, MTV concert footage, MTV “Unplugged” performances. etc. Read more: MTV Music – MTV’s Music Video Archive.

(5) RapidFeeds – Create RSS feeds for any site and publish them online. The site also provides you with tools to manage feeds online in real-time, track feed statistcis and even password-protect them. Read more: RapidFeeds – Create RSS Feeds For Any Website.

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  1. Gary Viray
    January 25, 2009 at 3:43 am

    I like Make Beliefs Comix and see a lot of potential for use with blogs. MTV Music is also cool and can be of help to those maintaining music blogs.

  2. Gay Walker
    January 24, 2009 at 11:44 pm

    Great tools, but the one I'm really dying for is a way to get shared Google calendars to show up on the calendar in my iPhone and into MobileMe. Caloboration gets them into iCal, but after that I'm stuck... I can't see them on MobileMe or on my iPhone. Either I'm missing something obvious that lets me do it, or else we need a great app to give us this functionality.

    • Aibek
      January 25, 2009 at 12:04 am

      Sorry, I don't use iPhone so can't help you here. My suggestion would be to check similar apps that we profile on MUO directory. I am pretty sure there is an app that can do stuff you're looking for.

      makeuseof.com/dir/cat/web-services/todo/

      makeuseof.com/dir/cat/mobile/todo-calendars/

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