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(1) BlindSearch – This is a foolproof online test which lets you compare Google, Yahoo and Bing search results. The test based on a simple concept, when you search for something on BlindSearch, it shows search results from 3 search engines, each in its own column, with their logos hidden. Then, you can analyze search results and vote on the best set by clicking on the “vote for this search engine” button. Clicking the button also reveals the logos exposing the engines behind each column. Read more: BlindSearch: The Best “˜Which Search Engine is Better’ Test
(2) Google Profiles – Online service from Google that can help you make sure that people find you when searching for your name on Google. Once you have signed in, you can include personal information about yourself including photos, short bio, interests, links to your social profiles and other info and offer people a way to contact you without revealing your real email address. You can publish your contact info (phone numbers, emails, addresses) and specify the list of people who can view it. Read more: Google Profiles: Create Google Profile & Find Yourself on Google
(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] KiiRaa – New website which lists best user-suggested websites on the internet. Websites on KiiRaa are submitted and made popular by KiiRaa Fans and verified by KiiRaa editors. This site helps you find out the most suggested websites by users like you rather than going through millions of search results. Read more:
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] LoopApps – Web-based PDF utility that performs a number of tasks. First, it converts two or more PDF files or other documents into a combined single document. Second, it converts other file types into PDFs. Third, it produces combined PDFs of any URL that you enter. Read more:
(5) Zinepal – Free ebook creator that lets you make your own PDF magazines and ebooks using web content (Atom/RSS feeds and websites) of your choice. The application reformats the supplied web content into a printable PDF ebook compatible with Amazon Kindle and any other ebook reader. Read more: Zinepal: Online Ebook Creator
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