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(1) FeedSweep – Web application that allows you to turn any RSS feed to a widget that you can later embed onto your website, blog or personal web page. You can customize your widget in terms of size, layout, color, font, code output, alignment, effects etc. There is also an option to add case-insensitive keywords and conditions that determine which articles appear on the widget. Read more: FeedSweep – Turn RSS To Widget
(2) CutMyPic – Simple online picture cutter online where you may upload an image from your computer and crop out desired section. You can also rotate images, add shadows and rounded corners. When changes are completed, the image can be shared via email or saved back onto computer. Read more: CutMyPic – Online Picture Cutter
(3) StereoMood – StereoMood is a free music website which has playlists according to various moods. The moods are presented in a cloud formation. Simply select the mood you’re in and it will play music according to your mood. Read more: StereoMood – Plays Music According To Your Mood
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] SaveEveryDay – A recent study reported by the Wall Street Journal showed that daily money-saving reminders to people increased their savings rate by 6%! This is why SaveEveryWay was created. The site is a free web service reminding you in multiple ways (Twitter, Email, SMS, RSS feeds) to save your money.
(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] Imfy – If you have a shortened URL that you want to share with others say on Twitter or other social networking site but don’t want the contents of the page be indexed on search engines. Enter Imfy.us, a free online tool that provides you with the link protection that you need.
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