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Memonic – While researching the web for a project, you often end up bookmarking many URLs for later viewing. This results in a cluttered bookmarks folder, something you definitely do not want. Here to help you easily save links or only portions of a website is a web service called Memonic. Read more: Memonic: Gather Research Material With Ease Online

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Pikimal – For every type of product, you will find various brands and models. Figuring out which item will suit your needs best usually takes a lot of research and time. But thanks to “Pikimal” finding the most suitable product is made extremely easy. Pikimal is a free to use website that lets you find the products that suit your specific needs. Read more: Pikimal: Easily Find The Products That Suit Your Needs


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WebPlanner – While there is no rarity of project management tools online, Webplanner is a new app that takes a nice approach to help teams get things done. This collaborative and team tasking tool lets you manage project goals, phases, tasks, and subtasks nicely with the addition of an easy-to-digest Gannt chart. Read more: Webplanner: Project Management Tool For Time Critical Teams


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URL History – If you bookmark a lot of URL’s for later viewing, your bookmarks folder is probably very cluttered by now. Here to offer a simple solution is a tool called URL History, a free application for Windows computers. Sized at nearly 400KB, the app monitors the items copied to the clipboard through the System Tray. Read more: URL History: Save & Leave Comments With URLs Copied To The Clipboard


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Free Phone2Phone – lets you make free 10-minute international calls from the US to landlines in a number of countries and to cellphones in some countries. The catch is that you have to listen to audio ads (20 seconds max) before you start talking to the person at the other end. It has local access numbers listed for various US cities on its homepage. Read more: FreePhone2Phone: Free 10-Minute International Calls From the US


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  1. Extreme John
    June 18, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Excellent share of information. Memonic seems like a good tool for a person like me who loves to bookmark pages that I usually leave without completely scanning through especially when I ran out of time or when I have other tasks to do. The WebPlanner is also very promising and interesting. Thank you so much for sharing such awesome web tools. 

  2. Scutterman
    June 18, 2011 at 6:07 am

    Pikimal is a good idea, but I'm not sure of the execution. I looked for "Tablet computers for cheap". For one thing the cheapest there was $250 when I know there's tablets out there for as little as $130, and for another most entries were listed twice, which made for a very sparse top 10.

  3. Tushar
    June 18, 2011 at 4:12 am

    thanks for perfect useful information.

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