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(1) aNobii – This is a website with a book community where people can share their thoughts about books, read/write book reviews, lend books to each other and find similar books. It also provides people with an option to create personal online bookshelf for tracking books of interest. Read more: aNobii: Track Your Books, Read Book Reviews and More
(2) [NO LONGER WORKS] Blyper – Online service which lets you get email alerts on new song or CD releases of your favorite artists. To set alerts, select how often you want to be notified, add artists and then pick the type of releases you want to be notified of (albums, singles, compilations).
(3)– Web application that can automatically organize your emails and file attachments online. All you have to do is to cc: firstname.lastname@example.org every time you send or forward someone a message with an attachment, and CCBetty takes care of the rest. It automatically creates albums from attached photos, organizes attached files for easy sharing and tracks who said what and when.
(4) MyQuitLine -iPhone app for those who want to quit smoking. It connects smokers with trained quit-smoking experts at the National Cancer Institute Quitline who can give a free advice on how to proceed. You may simply call them over the phone or chat online. Read more: MyQuitLine: Free Expert Advice To Help You Quit Smoking
(5) PocketSmith – Allows you to manage and forecast your cash-flow without creating any spreadsheets or using any complex tools. Just enter all your financial events and it will create a future cash-flow forecast for any given day. Read more: PocketSmith: Forecast Your Cashflow in Seconds
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