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(1)Crrncy – Elegant and simple currency converter which lets you quickly convert between US Dollars, Euros, British pounds (GBP) and Swedish kronas (SEK). Read more: Crrncy – Quick & Simple Currency Converter.

(2) DivXSubtitles – Find and download subtitles for movies and shows. It currently contains over 97,000 free subtitles for DVD, Divx and HDTV movies and shows in over 40 languages. Search for subtitles, filter returned results by language, subtitle format, frame rate, quality rating etc. Read more: DivXSubtitles – Download Subtitles For Movies & Shows.

(3) EduPics – Educational photos and free coloring drawings for children. Drawings are organized into categories (e.g. animals, geography, circus) or can be searched using different keywords. Read more: EduPics – Colouring Drawings For Children.

(4) GraffitiCreator – Online utility that lets you create graffiti style writings online. Just go to the site, enter text and then customize it by applying different effects (coat, sunset, sunrise, shadows etc.), changing text width and height, repositioning individual letters, trying different colors and applying effects to each letter separately. Read more: GraffitiCreator – Create Graffiti Style Writings.

(5) Sperse – Meta search service that searches multiple sites and removes duplicate results in order to provide the user with more accurate and relevant results. In addition to the traditional web search, the application also allows you to search images, news, music, video and much more.

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  1. Charles
    May 13, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Same here: "The encoded file /var/www/vhosts/sperse.com/httpdocs/search/index.php has expired."

    Looks like an altavista.com takeoff. Altavista works really good also.

  2. Alison
    May 13, 2009 at 3:00 pm

    Same here. Sperse looked promising, but game me the following message when I attempted to do a search:

    "The encoded file /var/www/vhosts/sperse.com/httpdocs/search/index.php has expired."

  3. Curtis
    May 13, 2009 at 8:19 am

    Sperse did not work at all for me; I only got error messages, including the site's "Report a Bug" link.

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