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My image GoodTyping – Anybody whose work involves computers and meeting deadlines needs to have an above-average typing speed. There are many factors contributing to a fast typing speed. Learning all these things yourself can be quite difficult; instead, you should pay a visit to
free typing program GoodTyping. Read more: GoodTyping: Free Typing Program Online

My image FacePinch – If you want to find out what Facebook users are currently talking about, all you need to do is pay a visit to Facepinch. It displays the public status messages of Facebook. Right away you can browse public status messages, search for them through keywords, check out hot trending topics, and view popular and recent searches.
My image Webinpaint – While some online image editing tools are quite capable in carrying out some advanced image editing tasks, when it comes to flawlessly removing objects or certain portions of an image, offline tools are your best bet. However, if you can’t afford the likes of Photoshop or Snagit, then Webinpaint is something you should try. Read more: Webinpaint: Easily Remove Objects From Images Online
My image Noteboxapp – There are instances where web designers can’t complete a project because clients do not give proper feedback. Often, clients find the feedback process too cumbersome and web designers cannot understand what exactly the client wants changed. Fortunately, Notebox is a professional web tool that help designers get feedback in a simple and client-friendly way. Read more: Noteboxapp: Easily Get Feedback On Design

 

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  1. MOin
    October 1, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    @TLW: While asking Facepinch to restrict the searching of certain words will not be practical, the service should at least put up a warning page that indicates words like "rape" will be found on the site. Please use the site's contact form (http://facepinch.com/contactus... to voice your opinion, as shall I.

  2. TLW
    September 23, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    Aibek, I find it disconcerting that number 3, and 4, most popular searches on FacePinch involve rape. I know it's the internet and all, but those search results speak of a demented society. But hey, what do I really know? I learned to type on a typewriter. When the world pushed pc's at me, it took me forever to stop destroying monitors every time I'd hit return :)

    • Aibek
      September 26, 2010 at 7:37 pm

      thanks for the feedback, will look into it shortly and let you know here

    • MOin
      October 1, 2010 at 12:17 pm

      @TLW: While asking Facepinch to restrict the searching of certain words will not be practical, the service should at least put up a warning page that indicates words like "rape" will be found on the site. Please use the site's contact form (http://facepinch.com/contactus/index.php) to voice your opinion, as shall I.

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