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My image Personal Blocklist – If you are like thousands of other people who are tired of seeing spam in their search results, Google has an answer for you. They have released a Chrome extension called Personal Blocklist that will allow you to block unwanted search results when you use Chrome. You can at any time unblock a website by removing it from the blocklist. Read more: Personal Blocklist: Block Unwanted Search Results In Google [Chrome]

My image Picture Dots – If you like solving dot-to-dot puzzles, perhaps you will enjoy creating them too. But using Paint or any other image editor to create such puzzles is a very complicated task. Here to help get the job done is a web service called Picture Dots, a simple web service that lets you create dot-to-dot puzzles from digital pictures. Read more: Picture Dots: Create Dot-To-Dot Puzzles From Images online
My image PhoneGetters – Have you misplaced your mobile phone? Do you want somebody to give it a call so you can find out where it is through its ringtone? If yes, then PhoneGetters will come in handy, a simple and free web service that rings your phone from the internet. All you have to do is enter your phone number.
My image My Likes Box – All regular Facebook users have “liked” countless Facebook pages. Keeping a track of all these likes and selectively “unliking” the pages is not an easy task. But with a tool called My Likes Box, the job is made much easier. It is a wonderful Facebook application that provides an easy way to view your facebook likes. Read more: My Likes Box: Cool Way To Manage & View Your Facebook Likes
My image uQR – Recently QR codes have seen a massive rise in popularity. The codes’ ability to store information and be directly scanned through smartphones has made them useful in a number of ways. One of the web services currently making good use of QR codes is uQR, a simple and free to use web service that lets you share anything on the web using QR codes. Read more: uQR: Share Websites & Other Various Things Through QR Codes

 

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  1. Al Brown
    April 12, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    Personal blocklist isn't necessary. Google now has that baked in. Do a search, click a link, hit the back button, and block it using only Google.

    • Aibek
      April 19, 2011 at 1:45 pm

      thanks for heads up

  2. share tips
    April 12, 2011 at 3:25 pm

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  3. uQR.me
    April 12, 2011 at 11:55 am

    thanks for your mention! what's wrong with our thumbnail, by the way?... :-D

  4. http://www.mayanksmansion.tk
    April 12, 2011 at 8:56 am

    nice one :)

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