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Skin Condition Finder – A rash now and then is nothing uncommon. But do you have a skin condition that does not look a typical rash? If yes, then by visiting a site called “Skin Condition Finder” you could save yourself a trip to the doctor. Using the tool you can indicate the area where the skin condition is occurring. Read more: Skin Condition Finder: Identify Skin Rashes & Conditions Online

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MorningPics – Our pictures capture our most fun moments. iOS device owners normally share these fun pictures through Instagram. These Instagram picture can instantly cheer you up and provide a good start for the day. This is precisely what Morning Pics accomplishes, a simple to use web service that helps you start your day with a nice memory from the past. Read more: MorningPics: Start Your Day With An Instagram Image From The Past


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Stencyl – Independent Flash games certainly have an audience – we all try out interesting Flash games we have not heard of before. But creating Flash games is not exactly easy. Writing extremely lengthy code, debugging it, and going back and forth is a very time-consuming process. Here to make matters much easier is a tool called Stencyl. Read more: Stencyl: Easy To Use & Free Flash Game Creator


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File Repair1 – Sometimes files get corrupted or damaged due to a virus infection, network sharing, application errors or some other reason. So if you have an important file which was somehow damaged, check out FileRepair1. It is a free software tool for Windows, which can repair damaged or corrupted files. Read more: FileRepair1: Repair Damaged Or Corrupted Files


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Museum Of Me – Almost everybody has a Facebook account these days, and for some highly active users, Facebook is the place where they post all their photos, starting from childhood up to today. If you have ever wondered how it would feel to see all these photos flash before your eyes, check out this app called Museum Of Me. Read more: Museum Of Me: See All Your Facebook Photos In A Virtual Museum


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  1. Andrew Allen West
    August 11, 2011 at 10:57 am

    Museum of me in a Wonderful Find. Thanks for sharing.

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