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(1) Snipplr – If you have random bits of code on your computer and are looking for a way to store and organize them at once place , Snipplr is a prolific solution for you. It’s a free code repository that allows you to store all your code snippets and share them with others. Read more:Snipplr: Free Code Repository Online

(2) StreetEasy – This site lets you search apartment sales and rentals in New York City and surrounding areas including Hamptons and North Jersey. Like many other apartment search engines it lets you search and filter results by price, apartment type, # of bedrooms, region and view results on a map. Read more: StreetEasy: Find New York Apartments for Sale & Rental

(3) Open Port Check Tool – If you want to check whether a firewall or ISP is blocking certain ports you need to get things done on your computer, then here is a simple solution for you. CanYouSeeMe is a website which provides you with a free utility to remotely test for open ports on your system. Read more: Open Port Check Tool: Test For Open Ports Behind Firewalls

(4) DetectMobileBrowser – Downloadable script for web developers that detects visitors’ mobile browsers and auto redirect to mobile site. Actually, you can pretty much redirect your visitors to any webpage depending on whether they are using a mobile browser or not. Read more: DetectMobileBrowser: Detects & Auto Redirects To Mobile Site

 

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  1. Bob
    December 6, 2009 at 11:11 am

    What is the story with the horror movie site? It can't be legal as it is showing a movie that is still in theaters - New Moon!!!

    • Marco
      December 6, 2009 at 9:53 pm

      It's illegal in US and some European stats, but no one really cares in other countries.

  2. Chales Kane
    December 6, 2009 at 8:23 am

    "prolific solution" - er... which, what, huh? Is that English?
    Ah ha - gobbledygook dialect.

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