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(1)  [NO LONGER WORKS] J.otDown – Online notepad replacement to save temporary notes, text files or manage to-do lists online. Just start typing and your text will be saved automatically when you stop typing, or you can save it manually by clicking on the “Save” link.

(2) PronounceNames – It’s a website for those moments when you find yourself in the situation where you look at some name and have absolutely no idea about how to pronounce it correctly. On PronounceNames you can lookup different names and learn correct name pronounciations. Read more: PronounceName – Learn Correct Name Pronounciations.

(3) ShugarStacks – Find out the actual amount of sugar in food products that we consume on a daily basses. You can navigate food products by categories like beverages, desserts, snacks, fruits, vegetables, candy, cookies, sauces”¦ etc. Read more: ShugarStacks – Check The Amount of Sugar in Foods.

(4) Similar-Images – Experimental similar image search service from Google that lets you search for images using other pictures instead of keywords. It’s a useful feature, since searching with keywords doesn’t always get you the image results you expected. Read more: Similar Images Search From Google.

(5) Yakaz – This site aggregates local classified listings from over 7000 classified sites including Craigslist, Kijiji, Livedeal”¦ etc, and presents results in an easy to search interface. You may search classifieds by location, by type (real estate, cars, jobs etc.), by features, by price range and physical distance. Read more: Yakaz – Search Classified Ads on Over 7000 Sites at Once.

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  1. Ian Silber
    May 16, 2009 at 3:43 am

    You might want to checkout anotepad.com for a super simple online notepad. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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