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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] – Collaborative file sharing and group chat in real time. Create a chat room by typing in a name and adding any files you want to share. Additionally you can set passwords for guests and decide if they could add or delete files.

(2) RideCharge – Taxi booking service which allows you to book cabs, sedans and shuttle online or on your mobile phone. Once you book the taxi you get instant confirmation alerts. Read more: RideCharge – Online Taxi Booking.

(3) Shahi – Cool online dictionary with pictures. It combines Wiktionary content with Flickr, Google and Yahoo images. Read more: Shahi – Online Dictionary with Pictures.

(4) StillTasty – Online food shelf life guide website where you may get info on how long your food and beverages can stay safe and tasty; what is the best way to store them; and how to interpret expiration dates. Read more: StillTasty – Product Shelf Life Guide.

(5) Strength Test – Here you can quickly check the strength of your passwords online and see if they are easy to hack. Read more: Strength Test – Test The Strength Of Your Password.

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  1. Nick
    April 1, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    Great Finds! I wish I could find these neat links all the time hehe. I like the Strength Test, cause I'm geek so I like my passwords to be really secure. I am even thinking to get a finger print scanner to improve my security! (and increase productivity.)

  2. Shaun
    April 1, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Shahi is a great concept for visual learners and I thought perhaps kids too who respond well to visuals when learning words. Except the first word on the main page when I opened from your link was RAPE!!!!!! Hardly an appropriate start for kids or adults, what do you think?

    • OX
      April 2, 2009 at 9:11 am

      Hmmm...when I opened it up, the word 'blimp' was displayed. Maybe the last word searched is displayed?

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