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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] HowPack – This site offers printable paper folding designs and templates to help you pack a wide variety of things which range from tiny items like cigarettes to big hexagon cartons. According to site, it’s the most powerful online guide and value added one stop station for packaging designs, construction, materials and package printing, manufacturing etc. Read more:
(2) MyTextTools – Simple and an extremely useful site which offers a collection of some nice browser-based text manipulation tools which aren’t always easy to find. There are tools like Find/Remove Duplicate Lines, Number Each Text Line, Sort Text Lines, Spelling Checker, Binary Code Generator and many more. Read more: MyTextTools – Web Based Text Manipulation Tools
(3) SiteJabber – Consumer advocacy web service that protects users against fraudulent and untrustworthy websites. It provides a platform where everyone can share their experiences using popular websites and buying from online retailers. Read more: SiteJabber – Online Retailer Ratings & Reviews
(4)– If you are a blogger or web designer and have websites which you don’t need anymore. Here is an easy-to-use option to monetize them. SiteRedeemr is a web service that can turn your unwanted and old website/blog into cash with three simple steps. Read more:
(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] SpeedCine – New search engine which can tell you where you can watch whole movies online for free and for fee. It indexes around 13,000 movies from sources which have the legal rights to distribute them online. You can find movies as old as the 1940’s ones and as new as the ones released just a year ago. Read more:
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