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GoBarbra – If you are into music, particularly Barbra Streisand, then you probably know about the single named ‘Barbra Streisand’ by DJ Duck Sauce which became extremely popular. GoBarbra is a site that can replace the words “Barbra Streisand” that occurs repeatedly in that song by any word or phrase that you choose. Read more: GoBarbra: Create Barbra Streisand Remixes Online

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Sandglaz – Numerous web apps let you manage tasks by creating to-do lists. But these apps either do not let you add any detailed information with your tasks or require you to fill out details of every task. Here to give you the option to fill in those details or leave them empty is a web app called Sandglaz, a free to use web tool for creating to-do lists and sharing them. Read more: Sandglaz: Create To-Do Lists The Way You Want To

 

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SceneTap – When you go out, you cannot decide which bar to visit before checking what the bar’s crowd is like. The only way to find this out is by actually visiting. But an upcoming app called SceneTap will help you find out the demographics of bars without you visiting them by letting you monitor participating bars through cameras it has placed in them. Read more: SceneTap: Get Demographics Of Bars Before Heading Out Of Home [iOS]

 

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Locql – There are three trends that are quickly heating up among start-up services – location-based, social, and Q & A sites. Therefore, it makes perfect sense to combine these three functions into a single web app that allows you to get answers about cities from your friends. Enter Locql, a local Q&A service. Read more: Locql: Location Based Q&A Website

 

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iPaste – Adding lines to code snippets can be very helpful when you want others to view your codes. Lines can act as useful references. Here to help you add lines to your code snippets and then share them is a web service called iPaste, a free to use web service that lets you quickly upload code snippets. You can paste your code snippet in the designated area. Read more: iPaste: Upload Code Snippets, Add Lines To It & Share It

 

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  1. Swamykant
    August 22, 2011 at 8:36 am

    Cool sites. Thanks for share.

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