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|Goodzer – Goodzer is a new product-focused search engine that lets you search for any thing that sells in stores around you. The category of products is not confined to electronics and computers but expands to include every thing ranging from coffee to boots. Since its a first release, Goodzer currently only serves the New York city area but plans to expand globaly. Read more: Goodzer: Search Engine For Products In Your Area|
|Zxing Decoder Online – If you own a smartphone, chances are you have already come across QR-codes. QR-codes are matrix codes published on various products. They contain text and can be scanned and decoded through a smartphone. If you have a QR code image stored on your computer, you can decode it online using ZXing Decoder Online. Read more: Zxing Decoder Online: Easily Decode QR Codes Online|
|Tidypub – Whether it is an essay of yours that needs editing or a great chapter from an eBook you want to share, there are times when you need to share large pieces of text online. You can always do this by uploading a document file. However to ensure that the recipient reads the shared text in a reader-friendly interface, you will need to check out a web service called TidyPub.|
|Wotsit – Have you ever come across an unknown file extension? Or perhaps you are working with a new file extension and you want to know its specifications? Either way, the site that will help you find everything about different computer file formats is Wotsit, a user friendly and free to use website that provides information on file extensions. Read more: Wotsit: Obtain Detailed Info On Different Computer File Formats|
|Scale Of The Universe: Visualize & Compare Object Sizes In Our Universe– How small is the smallest object? How large is the largest object? There is a good chance that you do not know. To get an idea of how various objects in the universe size up against one another, pay a visit to the interactive and fun web tool entitled Scale of the Universe, a free and very informative web tool. The site lets you view the sizes of various objects. Read more:|
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