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(1) Wordcounter – Are you a budding writer notorious for submitting wordy articles? Wordcounter is an online word frequency counter that counts and ranks the most used words in your text. Using this simple app you can find repetitive words so that you can re-write them and create better articles. Read more: Wordcounter: Online Word Frequency Counter
(2) as3sfxr – How many of you remember (and miss) the good ‘ol days of 16 bit console games when Contra and Mario Brothers ruled supreme? If you miss some of those (iconic) sound effects, as3sfxr is a nifty tool to relive those days of 16 bit mono sound effects and also save them on to your computer. Read more: as3sfxr: Generate & Save Game Sound Effects
(3) AutoCompleteMe – features a collection of weird and funny search suggestions from Google. You can browse through the collection by using tag clouds, in chronological order or search for a specific keyword. You can also vote an entry up or down. Read more: AutoCompleteMe: Weird & Funny Search Suggestions on Google
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] Airline Fees – is a useful web page from Kayak.com. It offers a quick overview to airline fees for baggage, pets, meals and more. All information is presented as a highly informative chart for over 25 different lines, listing fees for items like checked baggage, meals, pets, unaccompanied minor and seat assignment.
(5)– is a website from the Janta Foundation that facilitates microloans and scholarships to help poor students from all over the world finance their education. Through this website, people can find profiles of students and invest in them by lending at least $25.
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