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My image FreeFontConverter – Web designers often use a variety of font formats. If you are a web designer, you might be creating your own fonts using software that creates uncommon font formats. This can be a problem when you want to publish your fonts on websites that support some other format. A solution to this problem is Free Font Converter.

My image Audio Expert – is a free online sound editor that helps you to edit audio, convert it from one file format to other, merge different tracks and record sounds. Using this tool, you could quickly crop audio files, merge multiple files, batch convert multiple audio files, record your voice through a microphone and then download the resulting file. Read more: AudioExpert: Online Sound Editor & Converter.
My image HistoryPin – They say every picture has a story behind it. Why not share your picture and your story with the world? HistoryPin is a tool that encourages people to do exactly that using Google Maps and Google Street View. Just pull out an old image from your hard drive and pin it to the exact location where it was taken. Read more: HistoryPin: Pin Your Old Photos To Google Maps Street View.
My image Logaway – This website lets you login to multiple websites with a single click, no need to enter your username and password again and again. It also serves as a start page where you can add different gadgets to keep you informed of things like weather, movie showtimes, sports scores, news, stock updates e.t.c. Read more: Logaway: Single Click Login To Multiple Websites.
My image TypeFolly – is a unique, one of a kind website which will greatly interest web designers and developers. Often while creating web layouts you use a CSS style sheet to obtain perfect object position and alignment. With this website, you can create visually brilliant type compositions and get their CSS3 and HTML code. Read more: Type Folly: Create Cool Type Compositions & Get Their CSS3 & HTML Code.


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  1. geisha wigs
    July 19, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    Audio Expert looks great to me. Thanks for posting them.

    • Aibek
      July 19, 2010 at 7:25 pm

      glad you could make use of it, stay tuned for more.

  2. Google Docs
    July 19, 2010 at 4:47 am

    HistoryPin looks like an interesting site. It reminds me of projects back in school when we were required to describe historical events through pictures and write-ups. Back then, we used to actually cut-and-paste pictures with glue. Quaint, eh?

    • Aibek
      July 19, 2010 at 7:25 pm

      Yeah, HistoryPin is pretty cool. It's also rather unique site, I can't recall seeing anything similar service in the past.

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