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(1) Sucuri – Free website security monitoring service which can scan your site at regular intervals and notify you about any unauthorized changes via email, SMS or Twitter. It checks for things like DNS and Whois hijacking, blacklisting, malware injection and site defacement. Read more: Sucuri – Free Website Security Monitoring
(2) Flickr RSS – This online tool allows you to gain a better control over RSS feeds on Flickr. It enables you customize feeds using parameters like tags, tag mode, sorting order and maximum number of images to return. Read more: Flickr RSS – Generate Custom Flickr Feeds
(3) [NO LONGER WORKS] WIKAY – If you want to see how easy it can be for some website to obtain information about your browsing history and sites you have been visiting check out WhatTheInternetKnowsAboutYou. This website can quickly list your current history of visited sites by simply exploiting “visited” CSS pseudo-class feature of your browser history.
(4) Konkuri – Online service that makes the process of creating and managing tournaments online easy. It allows you to quickly organize tournaments online and then share them with participants and spectators via specific URL. Read more: Konkuri – Organize Tournaments & Manage Online
(5) Localti.me – Website where you can quickly find out the current local time for any spot around the world. Search for the city name and the site will show the time for that location and additionally get details like current weather, related Wikipedia articles and images from Flickr and Ponaramio. Read more: Localti.me – Find Out Current Local Time Around The World
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