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|PicScatter – When Facebook recently started rolling out the new profile design, there was immediately a rage to create the cool facebook profile picture effect that fit neatly into the grid. It turned out that it wasn’t easy to get that perfect fit, and soon a service called PicScatter came into existence to take care of that. Upload your picture and then drag the image to get that perfect alignment. You can also use the fit to screen option. Read more: PicScatter: Get The Cool Facebook Profile Picture Effect|
|YouWereCute – Ever meet somebody cute you just could not talk to for one reason or another? If so, then you will definitely be thankful for “YouWereCute” – a web service that helps connect you with the cute somebody you could not get the phone number of. YouWereCute is a simple and free website with a wonderful concept: helping you find the people you found to be cute. Read more: YouWereCute: Website For Sharing Your Missed Connections|
|Hat Try On – Want to know how you would look in a Fedora? Or a top hat? Or even a Viking helmet? Now thanks to VillageHatShop’s “Hat Try On” you can virtually try on hats directly through your web browser. Hat Try On is a free web tool that lets you upload your photograph and put virtual hats on it. The hats you select are from the men’s and women’s collection available at the VillageHatShop.|
|Comment Save – is a useful Chrome extension that can save the comments you post on various sites, as well as text you type on sites like Facebook and Yahoo Answers. The data is stored locally so you don’t have to worry about privacy and it doesn’t work on email compose boxes, or username/password fields on any site. It can save text as you type. Read more: Comment Save: A Chrome Extension To Save & Track Your Comments|
|Mapbiquity – Adding a map to your website shouldn’t be any different than adding any other HTML element. You should be able to create and customize your map, add your own data, obtain its embeddable code, then use the code to publish the map on your site. All of this is exactly what Mapbiquity lets you do. Mapbiquity is a simple and free to use website that lets you add maps to your website in a few easy steps. Read more: Mapbiquity: Creating Maps With Your Data Made Simple|
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