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GMT Slider – is a nifty tool that lets you quickly compare time zones around the world by adding multiple sliders for each time zone and then using it to see how changing the time in one slider affects the other. The default slider will show your current time. You can select the time zone from the drop down menus, and click the “˜+’ sign to add new sliders. Read more: GMTSlider: Easily Compare Time Zones Around The World

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Solve Media – With lots of banners, ad blocks, in-line ads and annoying pop-ups, it is easy for the consumer to lose attention. How about if you actually make the consumer type in your brand message? SolveMedia is an advertising solution that replaces horrific traditional CAPTCHAs with brand messages. Read more: SolveMedia: Earn Money Through CAPTCHAs On Your Site


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SlickScreen – If you have a large computer screen, you would know that most of the web pages and browsers waste a lot of your screen real estate. SlickScreen is an application that changes things by letting you be more productive and make use of every bit of your screen. Read more: SlickScreen: Multi Pane Browsing Interface For Large Screens


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Social Vents – If you are tired of cluttered text-only search engines, SocialVents will be a refreshing change. SocialVents is a event search engine that lets you search for events around the world and displays results visually on Google Maps. You can search by entering a specific location and date and even restrict your results by categories such as music, fashion, art, food and others. Read more: SocialVents: Cool Visual Event Search Engine


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Wikiriver – If you want to hunt down the latest information from and about Wikileaks, but are stuck finding a good source, then you should check out Wikiriver. This website sources several online publications, blogs, and news outlets to provide a portal for news and information on Wikileaks’ materials. Wikiriver uses RSS to source these materials so you can also use these same RSS sources to add them to your favorite reader. Read more: Wikiriver: Aggregates All Wikileaks News in One Place


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  1. Leader
    February 16, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    Thanks for the links! Definitely gonna check some of these out!

    • Aibek
      February 16, 2011 at 7:11 pm

      you're welcome, let us know how you find them! :-)

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