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Tal.ki – Forums are a great way to start a community for your website. However, these forums usually require you to install separate programs or use services that cannot be easily integrated to your website. Tal.ki is a simple service that lets you create and embed a forum on your website. It is very easy to install and allows you to engage your visitors without them leaving your page. Read more: Tal.Ki: Easily Embed A Forum On Your Website.

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WebGround – If you are looking for background textures you can add to your websites, then you should check out WebGround. This simple online resource offers a gallery for different background textures which anyone can use for free in almost all types of websites. Read more: WebGround: Gallery Of Free Background Textures.

 

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PasswordCard – One way to secure your online accounts or prevent identity theft is to use different passwords for different websites. However, it can be a hassle to remember several passwords at a time. PasswordCard is a practical tool that can store multiple passwords on a single printable card that you can take anywhere. Read more: PasswordCard: Create A secure Password Card For Your Passwords.

 

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TinyEyes – Have you ever wondered how baby sees the world? Many people believe that babies see in black and white, while other people think that they do not see at all. Fortunately, TinyEyes is a simple online image manipulation tool that simulates what a baby sees during the different stages of their development. Read more: TinyEyes: Find out How Your Baby Sees The World.

 

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Dermandar – Looking at a good panorama is like looking at nature through a widescreen monitor, only better. However, panoramas are quite difficult to take without the right equipment. That is why I found Dermandar so cool. Read more: Dermandar: Create Panoramic Photos Easily.

 

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  1. Birkenstock
    May 26, 2010 at 11:29 am

    Well, it's gald to read your post, but I wouldn't understand your meaning well. Thanks all the same.

  2. Aibek
    May 24, 2010 at 7:24 pm

    That's a good point and should be definitely taken into account. The other issue that just came into my mind is whether the content of the forum is indexable by search engines. Checked the Tal.ki site but didn't find any info about that.

  3. laboratory
    May 24, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    Tal.ki - it's cool way for people that have a hard time writing something new on their own websites. However what about copyrights? Forums are not only source of light conversations. They are also the source of good knowledge... What about that?

  4. laboratory
    May 24, 2010 at 1:21 pm

    Tal.ki - it's cool way for people that have a hard time writing something new on their own websites. However what about copyrights? Forums are not only source of light conversations. They are also the source of good knowledge... What about that?

    • Aibek
      May 24, 2010 at 5:24 pm

      That's a good point and should be definitely taken into account. The other issue that just came into my mind is whether the content of the forum is indexable by search engines. Checked the Tal.ki site but didn't find any info about that.

  5. Nat Jay
    May 24, 2010 at 9:31 am

    Tal.ki looks like a great way to add fresh content to a blog or website without needing to create a separate page or app. I really like the concept of embedded apps. It makes diverse content available in one place.

  6. Nat Jay
    May 24, 2010 at 7:31 am

    Tal.ki looks like a great way to add fresh content to a blog or website without needing to create a separate page or app. I really like the concept of embedded apps. It makes diverse content available in one place.

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