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Moo0 File Monitor – lets you easily monitor the file access activities on your system. Have you ever wondered what’s going on with your disk system behind your watch? Why the disk is busy? What’s scratching your HDD? You may find them out using this simple program. There is an installable version and also a portable version.

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GeniusFlight – if you check a flights website, it will always list the flights under destination. But what if your plans were wide open and you wanted to search by price instead? If you had $100 in your pocket, maybe you want to know where you could fly to for that $100? That is precisely what GeniusFlight was set up for.

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LookUpISBN – is a book selling aggregator. You can search for a particular book by author, title, or ISBN number. Once you have it, you will be presented with a small variety of different online bookstores where you can buy it. The front page also has the top 20 books, although it doesn’t say what they are the top 20 of exactly.

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Flytographer – captures travellers around the globe every day. Special romantic trips, family vacations, girlfriend getaways, proposals, reunions & more. Capture vacation memories in over 100 cities worldwide with their hand-picked list of over 160 professional photographers. Choose a city. Book your shoot. Meet a friendly, local photographer. Return with treasured memories.

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Optimizilla – is described as the “ultimate image optimization tool”. It uses a smart combination of the best optimization and lossy compression algorithms to shrink an image file to the minimum possible size while keeping the required level of quality. Optimizilla is intended for using by web developers and publishers when a resource load time is of the essence.

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  1. Jeremy G
    June 10, 2014 at 1:45 am

    For anyone in Australia, rather than LookUpISBN, go to which has been built specifically for our use, but also include the main international suppliers.

  2. stevw
    June 6, 2014 at 6:45 am

    Moo0 looks interesting.

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