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Clip – is a very simple idea with a great use. We often want to transfer data from one computer to another but the only modes traditionally available are either through storage devices or emailing it to yourself and opening it on a different computer. Clip introduces a new way. It lets you create a temporary text area with a custom URL. Read more: Clip: An Internet Clipboard To Copy Paste Text Between Computers

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Projeqt – is a very simple web service that allows you to create slides online for free. Whether it’s for business purposes, or just for fun, Projeqt allows you to create smooth flowing slides in a matter of seconds. It goes one step beyond the default “text and image” format, and allows the users to embed videos and even news feeds. Read more: Projeqt: Tell Stories With Attractive Slideshows


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eBabyNames – is an excellent resource if you are expecting a kid. The site contains thousands of baby names, which in itself is nothing unique. However, the easy-to-use interface and navigation of the site makes it better than any other similar ones. You can browse baby names in alphabetical order, quickly viewing its meaning and what gender it is used for. Read more: eBabyNames: Choose & Save Thousands Of Baby Names


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The HDTV Genie – With HDTV being one of the most popular buzz words in the consumer electronics industry, a lot of people get confused as to what is the difference between various HDTVs and which one should they buy. TheHDTVGenie is a slick new tool that can help you decide which HDTV will be best suitable for your needs. Read more: The HDTV Genie: Find The HDTV That Suits Your Specific Needs


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Patternry – When working as a group, designers often have a difficult time creating blocks and snippets of code. Sharing those codes effectively with one another is also a challenge. Here to help developers with those problems is a web service called Patternry, a website that lets you maintain libraries of interface diagrams and their respective code snippets. Read more: Patternry: Communicate Better With Co-Developers Using Virtual Libraries Of Interfaces


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  1. Joel Lee
    January 23, 2012 at 2:52 am

    If any MUO readers happen to write fiction, eBabyNames would be a great resource for finding names for your characters!

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