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(1) FileDropper – Free and simple online file uploader. Easily upload, store and share large files online. What makes it standout from other similar services is that here you can upload and share files as large as 5 GB in size. Read more …
(2) FILExt – Your Windows says it can’t open the file? FILExt is a file extention reference library where you can lookup what programs can open those “Windows can not open this file” formats. Read more: FILExt – Lookup “Unknown” File Types.
(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] FuseCal – FuseCal is an excellent service that makes it very easy to follow any web-based event calendar on your primary calendar. It can be new movie release dates, US national holidays, music concerts, “¦ pretty much anything.
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] iMedix – A medical search engine + social networking community for patients. Here you can quickly lookup information for almost any medical condition from top health sources across the web. It also offers an easy way to discover people dealing with the same health problems.
(5) Lexisum – Wikipedia search engine with a couple of very useful features. Lexisum returns only the first 1-3 paragraphs from the article page (summary) and puts it a nice print-friendly format. Read more: Lexisum – Print-Friendly Wikipedia Summaries.
(6)– Annotate and share images online. Embed annotated pictures onto your blog or social networking profile.
(7)– Here is something for website owners. Rotatee lets you create ad campaigns to manage different advertising spots on your website. Each campaign can target certain spot (ex. sidebar). You can specify how many ads should be shown on each spot and how often each of them should appear.
(8)– This little tool lets you design your own RSS subscription button and download it as an image.
(9) Scred – Web-based shared expense tracker. Quick solution to track shared expenses between friends and roomates. Scred comes with a useful mobile client that can be used to store expenses on the go on your mobile phone and synchronise them with the server later. Read more: Scred – Track Shared Expenses.
(10) [NO LONGER WORKS] TweetScan – Real-time Twitter search engine.
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