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RoosterBank – Are your children spending their pocket money faster than they should? Would you like to help them manage their allowance in a better way? If yes, then you should definitely check out a website called RoosterBank, a free to use web service that helps children better manage their allowance. Read more: RoosterBank: Teach Children How To Better Manage Their Allowance

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WhoIsrequest – Are you looking for a slick website that allows you to find out WhoIs information about any domain quickly and easily? There are lots of sites out there that can do this, but not all of them are easy to use, and many of them come with less than stellar user interfaces. WhoIsrequest comes with all the features you would expect, and an easy to use interface that allows you to jump right in and get the information you need and move on with your day. Read more: WhoIsrequest: Find Out WhoIs Information About Any Site


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Copybar – Website developers want their webpages to be quickly editable whenever they want. The same flexibility and convenience should be extended to the design partners who have the privilege to modify page elements on the website. A tool that helps you and your design partners easily do this is a tool called Copybar. Read more: Copybar: Make Webpage Elements Editable By You & Others You Choose


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Pholor Express – Editing photos is an important task. Whether you run a website and need to put together images for posts or you just want to put your best foot forward for the photos you share on social networks, editing images is key. For general photo editing tasks, Pholor Express can accomplish them with ease. Read more: Pholor Express: Easy To Use Image Editing Software For Windows


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Responsive Twitter – If you are a regular Twitter user, then you might open up the Twitter tab numerous times in a single day. You start by going to the homepage and then after a few clicks you arrive where you want to. But if you are a Google Chrome user, you can directly go to that page using shortcuts from the browser’s address bar, thanks to a tool called Responsive Twitter. Read more: Responsive Twitter: Use Google Chrome Address Bar For Twitter Shortcuts


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  1. Tom Six
    March 4, 2013 at 4:00 am

    Roosterbank is just what I was looking for.

  2. EdmarJohn SanDiego
    March 3, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    finally i cant get that style sheet i want. thanks for that.

  3. Garris Rago
    March 3, 2013 at 2:08 pm

    woah, looked at that roosterbank site and think its a great idea

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