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|PischaPass – A truly random password is the toughest one to hack. This is precisely why there are a lot of password generating tools that generate a random password for you. Amongst these tools is an app called PicshaPass – an Android app that generates random passwords in a unique way. The app generates random passwords by using SHA-256 hashes of images shot from your phone’s camera. Read more: PicshaPass: Generate Random Passwords Through Pictures Shot From Your Android|
|FriendsToGmail: Easily Import Facebook Contacts To Gmail– There are plenty of reasons why you would want to see information about your Facebook friends on Google. Whatever your reason, Friends To Gmail is a neat little tool that helps you import information about all your Facebook friends to your Google Contacts. It does so by allowing you to download an organized CSV file.Read more:|
|– Travel sites may have lots of information about your destination city, but nobody can give you better travel advice then your friends. GTrot gives your travel a social touch by scanning your Facebook account for friends that either live in your destination city or have been to that city recently. This allows one to receive first hand tips.|
|CSS-Text-Shadow: Get The CSS Code For Various Text Shadows– Many graphics designers today find themselves working with CSS text. While coding up CSS text effects can be a time-consuming process, thankfully there are web tools that make the designer’s job much easier. One such tool is CSS Text Shadow – a site that generates the CSS code for various text shadow styles. You can select a font family and the shadow type. The preview of the text is shown on the same page. Read more:|
|BabyNameMo – Parents put in a lot of time and thought into naming their children. Thanks to the Internet, you can now compare names using a wide variety of factors. Here to help you analyze and determine the popularity of certain names is a web tool called BabyNameMo, a free to use web service that analyzes the name you provide it. Read more: BabyNameMo: Get Help Naming Your Children By Analyzing The Name Options|
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