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(1) [NO LONGER WORKS] Computer Power Supply Calculator – This tool is a power supply calculator provided by Newegg, which lets you calculate the amount of watts your computer will maximally consume based on the configuration details of the components (CPU, Motherboards, Memory etc). Comes in handy if you plan to assemble your own computer from separate components. Read more: Computer Power Supply Calculator

(2) Facebomb – Image editing site which focuses on spicing up the picture you would be using on your various social network profiles by applying variety of effects. You may pimp up your profile image by adding custom text and all kinds of symbols, pictures based on themes like love, toys, animals, angels and many more. Read more: Facebomb: Pimp Up Your Profile Picture

(3) – Online site monitoring and tracking service which not only warns you when your website is down but also provides statistics of your website’s uptime, downtime, visitor traffic and more. It provides a lot of information about your site and web server that helps you maintain a high uptime. Read more: Extensive Online Site Monitor & Analytics Tool

(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] – Innovative reminder application which lets you set up reminders using natural language commands. Create a free account, log in and simply enter your reminder text into the reminder box. It could be anything like “Write an article tomorrow at 3 pm”. Just make sure you include a date and time as part of your reminder. will automatically extract the event date and time and remind you promptly on that day. Read more: Task .fm: Set Up Natural Language Reminders

(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] TwitChuck – This application lets you to run a quick check on any Twitter user and find out if he/she is a potential spammer. It looks at the activity, followers and postings of that user and gives you a detailed feedback explaining why you should or not follow him or her. Read more: TwitChuck: Identify Twitter Spammers


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