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(1) Map-Of-The-Market – Cool visual stock market map from SmartMoney.com. It allows you to easily watch hundreds of stocks at once. The stocks are nicely organized by industry and you can customize the map by using the control panel on the right side of the map.
(2)– This site allows you to create a list of non-profit organizations you want to support and donate to all with one monthly payment, from one place. It doesn’t matter how much you donate, the money will be automatically split between organizations you choose and you can cancel your list at anytime.
(3) USPS Mobile – Although you can always access USPS’ (United States Postal Service) main website from your mobile phone and track packages, it is always better if one gets a simpler, trimmed-down version of the site on the small screen of the cellphone. USPS Mobile offers you just that. Read more: USPS Mobile – Mobile Package Tracking Site
(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] Head-To-Head – Simple online application which allow you to have a video and audio conversations with random person online. All you need to do is go to the website and click on the “Find Stranger” button. Head-To-Head will then look for a random stranger and connect you.
(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] StarCommentator – Ever wanted to present on Sports Centre? Well ESPN and Skype have teamed up to give one lucky person the opportunity to do just that. They have launched a new program dubbed Star Commentator whereby entrants use video recording service embedded on the site and submit a small video application; the winner will present a sport segment on the Asian edition of the show.
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