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(1) EmailMeForm – Free service for those who need custom contact form for their website(s). The site is simple to use and doesn’t require any programming skills. Just register on the site and spend a couple of minutes customizing your form in terms of content, dimensions and color. Finally, copy the code and paste it into contact page of your website. Read more: EmailMeForm – Get Custom Contact Form For Your Site

(2) RSSMix – If you are looking for a quick and easy way to combine multiple RSS feeds into one, RSSMix is the tool you need. It is free online tool for merging multiple RSS feeds into one RSS feed. You basically need to enter the URLs of the RSS feeds you want to merge and click “Create” button. Read more: RSSMix – Merging Multiple RSS Feeds Into One Online

(3) Kanakku – New online spreadsheet calculator that combines calculator with spreadsheet. It can easily handle multiple arithmetic, trigonometric and statistical calculations. Like in spreadsheet, math formulas can be typed in each cell and evaluated by pressing the Enter key, the corresponding answer will be displayed in both, console and spreadsheet. Read more: Kanakku – Online Spreadsheet Calculator

(4) ClickCutter AutoCopy – Simple and useful Firefox add-on that allows you to copy any text to a clipboard without using context menus or keyboard. All you do is highlight a text and it will be automatically copied to the clipboard. This add-on can be very useful for those whose daily work includes a lot of text copy-pasting. Read more: ClickCutter AutoCopy – The Easiest Way To Copy/Paste Text

(5) Vitamin D – Free video surveillance software (currently in its beta stage) that lets you set up your desktop webcam, laptop’s camera, or even a network camera, into the perfect surveillance camera. It constantly records, but saves only when a relevant object is detected, eliminating false positives. Read more: Vitamin D – Free Video Surveillance Software

 

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