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(1) GlobalFloodMap – is an interactive sea level rise map that displays predicted flooded areas due to rising sea levels. Based on Google Maps, this tool tells us how the world is expected to look like if global sea levels continues to rise. Read more: GlobalFloodMap: Interactive Sea Level Rise Map
(2) Brusheezy – is a website that compiles a huge collection of free Photoshop brushes and patterns. This community of Photoshop enthusiasts and professional image editors allows users to download and share their own Photoshop brushes. Read more: Brusheezy: Photoshop Brushes And Patterns Gallery
(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] Jogstr – is a site offering a new and better way to discover websites and browse through Digg content. Jogstr aims to simplify Digg and lets you surf through it like you do at StumbleUpon. Just select your favorite category on the homepage and click on Jogstr to start browsing.
(4)– People who like to be organized often use sticky notes to remind themselves of things they need to do. Squareleaf is a website that provides you with a personal whiteboard and lets you post and arrange your own sticky notes online.
(5) Trimback – Finding the best deals online can be tough especially if you are rushing through the Christmas shopping season. But for smart online shoppers, there’s Trimback. This cool website provides a vast collection of online and offline discount coupons. Read more: Trimback: Find Coupons & Discounts For Your Favorite Stores
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