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Check out some of the latest MakeUseOf discoveries. All listed websites are FREE (or come with a decent free account option). No trials or buy-to-use craplets. For more cool websites and web app reviews subscribe to MakeUseOf Directory.

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SpicyNodes – Most traditional webpages are typically linear, lengthy and very crowded. With Web 2.0 designs, we find more fluid layouts and easier interfaces. SpicyNodes is a website that takes content presentation a step further by offering new ways to build engaging and interactive websites with visual navigation. It lets you organize and arrange information in your website in an animated network of nodes, allowing visitors to visually navigate your content by clicking each node. Read more: SpicyNodes: Cool Visual Navigation For Your Website.

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Fleshmap – While science has taught us much about the human body, its social and aesthetic aspects have often been overlooked. Fleshmap is an interactive website that displays the results between body and sensual desires, in other words the relationship between the body and its visual and verbal representation. Read more: Fleshmap: Shows Relationship Between Body & Sensual Desires.

 

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Atari – Old school Atari fans and hardcore gamers would definitely enjoy this website. Atari lets you play free atari games online in your browser. You can also do a bunch of other things such as order their latest video games and read the latest news about Atari. Read more: Atari: Play Free Atari Games Online.

 

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NYT Video Rental Map – Are you interested in finding out the top video rentals in your city? Check out NY Times Video Rental Maps, a Google Maps mashup that displays Netflix rentals for twelve major US cities. In addition, you can also view these cities’ rental patterns for the top 100 titles that were frequently rented in Netflix in 2009. Read more: NYT Video Rental Maps: Check out Top Video Rentals for Your City.

 

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RadioTuna – Music discovery with online radio have been trumped by music websites like Last.fm and Spotify. Unlike well-known apps that rely on streams, finding the right songs from online radio stations can be hard because you have no control of the songs played. But RadioTuna will make online radio relevant once again. Read more: RadioTuna: Real-Time Internet Radio Search Engine.

 

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  1. Yogesh Mankani
    January 25, 2010 at 5:56 am

    Thanks dude for sharing.Loved all of the sites :)

  2. ипотпал
    January 24, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    Hehe, thanks man :) I really like that list...

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