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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] Silentube – Browser bookmarklet that lets you watch and share YouTube videos on a clutter-free interface. The application can remove all surrounding distractions and present the video on a clean clutter-free page.

(2) Lottay – Web based tool which focuses on streamlining the process of gift giving and receiving. If you want to give a gift, you can start by registering with the site and checking out the potential gift items. You can upload your own gift images or choose from the available ones.

(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] Digg-Diversity – Website which aims at the betterment of Digg and presents an improved version of the site. It takes into account the repetitiveness of the digg users and accordingly assigns “ divvs “ to an article. More the number of divvs, the better it considers the article to be.

(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] ShotAddict – If you are an amateur photographer and wanted to find out how proper studio lighting works, this page shows you how. It explains the different types of studio photography lighting techniques used in different situations by professional photographers.

(5) TelegramStop – Unique website which, as the name suggests lets you send telegrams. Yes, telegrams. Remember those good old days when you would walk to the post office just to send a few lines of message. This tool can bring those memories back. Read more: TelegramStop: Send Telegrams From The Web


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  1. Mark O'Neill
    August 8, 2009 at 12:25 pm

    We have a lot of articles in our Linux section. Why not take a look?

  2. Legomanfred
    August 8, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    It's too bad a lot of your articles and tips are geared towards Windows users. I run Linux and always will.

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    August 5, 2009 at 6:15 am

    Very nice.

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    August 4, 2009 at 9:35 pm

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