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Songsprite – In addition to letting you watch videos, YouTube also lets you listen to songs. But these songs come accompanied by videos that take longer to buffer than audio would. A nifty solution to this is presented by SongSprite – a site that lets you create audio playlists from YouTube videos and share them with friends. Read more: SongSprite: Create & Share Audio Playlists From YouTube Music Videos

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MyCodeStock – Developers often create code snippets which they reuse in their other projects. Having remote access to these snippets therefore can be quite helpful. To help make your snippets remotely accessible, check out MyCodeStock, a web service that stores code snippets of all popularly used programming languages. Read more: MyCodeStock: Store Your Code Snippets & Make Them Remotely Accessible

 

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Ofelio – is a search engine that searches for topics across all kinds of RSS feeds. That means that unlike other search engines which crawl a webpage to find potential content, Ofelio will go through the RSS feed of that page to track topics. Clicking on the options icon, which is located just beside the search button, will show options to show the results as a digest. Read more: Ofelio: RSS Feed Search Engine

 

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WMSIWT – At home, bored and wondering what movie you should watch? Head straight to WMSIWT or What Movie Should I Watch Tonight? It’s a really simple and yet visually impressive website that quickly recommends a movie you should consider watching. When you visit the site, it immediately starts showing a movie trailer. Read more: WMSIWT: Amazingly Simple & Cool Movie Recommendations

 

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CLcarz – Craigslist is an excellent place to find cars people have put up for sale. The site’s native searching interface however has much room for improvement. Thankfully there is CLcarz – a search engine that helps finds cars on Craigslist. The site does not require any registration and works much like a search engine. Read more: CLcarz: Easily Look For Cars On Craigslist

 

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