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Patients Like Me – makes healthcare better for everyone through sharing, support, and research. Compare treatments, symptoms and experiences with people like you and take control of your health. Share your experience, give and get support to improve your life and the lives of others. Chart your health over time and contribute to research that can advance medicine for all.

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Poetica – whether you’re writing a blog post, email, or job application, an extra pair of eyes can really help get your message across. Poetica makes it easy to ask friends and colleagues for instant feedback on your text. It’s for anything you’re struggling to write, anywhere on the web. Easily import Word, PDF, and RTF documents. Automatically saves your work as you go.

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TellMeBye – helps you build your digital legacy. If you have important files in clouds such as Dropbox, iCloud or Google Drive and don’t want them to be lost, Tellmebye lets you designate heirs to them. Receiving birthday notifications or people still posting on your wall after your death is not pleasant for anyone. Avoid situations like this and exercise your right to be forgotten in a fast, efficient and practical way.

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FoldersPopup – lets you move like a breeze between your frequently used folders. All of your favorite folders are at your fingertips – press the middle mouse button (or press Windows-K) over a file dialog box or an Explorer window to pop-up your personalized folders launcher. Choose any mouse button or keyboard shortcut to open the folders popup menu.

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  1. Jeremy G
    April 14, 2014 at 2:40 am

    Very nice, especially considering I've been thinking about both digital legacies, and written feedback in the past week. Surprising how often the tools match my thoughts. I'd love to know what brain-feed tool you use.

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