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Shapado – No matter how many websites Google indexes, it will probably never replace the human tendency to ask questions to each other. There are already sites like Yahoo! Answers that let people ask questions to each other but they are quite broad and general. Shapado solves this by letting you create a Q&A website specific to any topic. Read more: Shapado: Easily Create A Q&A Website For Any Topic.

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CutMP3 – Maybe it’s an intro to a song you don’t really like, or a hidden track you’d rather not be included on your MP3. Whatever the reason, sometimes you want to cut an MP3 down to size. You could download or purchase a dedicated program for this, but use CutMP3 and you can get the job done quickly from your browser. Read more: CutMP3: Easily Cut MP3s Online.


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C-SPAN Video Library – If you’d rather not watch C-SPAN for days at a time, but would like to find out in what context a politician said something, the newly launched C-SPAN’s video archive is perfect for you. It’s C-SPAN for the YouTube age. Read more: C-SPAN Video Library: Access & Browse C-SPAN Video Archive Online.


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[NO LONGER WORKS] FreeVideoFlipAndRotate – Almost every image editing tool allows you to flip and rotate images but how many pieces of software let you do that to a video? Probably not many, but FreeVideoFlipandRotate is a freeware that can easily be used to play around with your videos. Read more: FreeVideoFlipandRotate: Flip & Rotate A Video Just Like An Image.


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OnlineFontConverter – Fonts are nearly universal at this point, but every once in a while you may stumble upon a piece of software incompatible with a certain kind of font. OnlineFontConverter allows you to convert from one font format to another. The service supports converting from and to .dfont .eot .otf .pfb .pfm .suit .svg and .ttf fonts. Read more: OnlineFontConverter: Easily Convert Fonts Online.


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  1. Riley
    April 11, 2010 at 5:45 am

    This is very useful, thank you.

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