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|Alphabetimals – Are you looking for a fun yet effective way to teach your kids different alphabets? If yes, Alphabetimals is an amazing website to teach your kids about alphabets and animals at the same time – that’s where the word “alphabeti-mals” has been derived from. Read more: Alphabetimals: A Simple Way To Teach Your Kids Alphabet|
|– Are you a Twitter addict who is always tweeting about the trending topics? Well, if so, then ShowMeTrend might be a great website for you. It also shows the user’s past trended topics, such as the trending topics of Dec 10th, 2010 or so. Using the website is very easy.|
|Phonetic Alphabet – In radio communication, sometimes your speech cannot be heard clearly because of the static. So to spell out words, a certain set of phonetic alphabets is used. Using a site called Phonetic Alphabet, you can easily convert entire sentences into phonetic alphabets. Read more: Phonetic Alphabet: Translate Words & Sentences Into Phonetic Alphabets|
|– There are numerous web services created to aggregate your social networking data. But what about the data that you store on file hosting websites? Surely managing those files on different websites is inconvenient. Joukuu is a web service that gives you a single dashboard from where you can control those files.|
|– If you are in New York or Berlin and looking to organize an event or a group activity but worried that not enough of an audience will not turn up, then you should probably check out this new service called Gidsy. It is a marketplace for activities, meaning visitors can see a list of events being organised in the city.|
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