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(1) IsItNormal? – Website that asks the question – how normal am I? We all have underlying insecurities and burning questions about ourselves that we wouldn’t dare ask another soul face to face. So instead of heading to forums, why not use a site that deals specifically with your one question. Read more: IsItNormal? – Find Out How Normal You Really Are

(2) UpperCaseIt – Next time you need to uppercase, lowercase, flip, transform or reverse any of your text, head straight to UpperCaseIt.com. It is an online text manipulation tool where you can enter text, select required option and get it quickly converted. Read more: UpperCaseIt – Uppercase, Lowercase & Reverse Text Online

(3) BlindTextGenerator – Handy tool for webdesigners and developers. It generates dummy text for various layout needs and purposes. It includes the popular “Lorem ipsum” text as well as other texts. Read more: BlindTextGenerator – Generate Dummy Text

(4) [NO LONGER WORKS] ErrorNow – Online service that allows you to enter any URL and view possible typos that people can make while typing it. This can be quite useful for the owners of popular websites, they can find out possible misspellings for their domain name, and may consider registering some of those names to protect their brand and visitors.

(5) [NO LONGER WORKS] Codepad – Neat service for developers and programmers which allows them to quickly check code online. It is a web based compiler which acts as a pastebin that can execute code and point out the mistakes in it.

 

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  1. V.C
    October 20, 2009 at 11:38 pm

    I like the BlindTextGenerator tool.
    Very useful for webdesigners and developers. It generates dummy text for various layout needs and purposes.

    • Aibek
      October 22, 2009 at 7:52 am

      totally agree, i think searching for 'lorem ipsum' text used to be one of my popular queries couple of years ago.

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