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My image PhotoSync – is a simple web app that lets you transfer all of your Flickr photos to Facebook, and also keeps them in sync. It checks the Flickr account every hour so as you upload new pictures there, they’ll automatically get copied to your Facebook account. Everything happens in the background.

My image yaM – is a web based tool for planning and organizing meetings. What differentiates it from the other meeting planners out there is its list of advanced features. It provides the ability to capture data and information related to the meeting, collaborate with the attendees, analyze things using its built-in tools, etc. Read more: yaM: Online Meeting Organisation & Collaboration Tool
My image History Calendar – While Chrome is the favorite browser of many Internet users, its History page interface could use some major improvements such as browsing the history of a particular date. This improvement and a few others to Chrome’s History page are added by a tool called History Calendar, a simple browser extension for Google Chrome. The extension adds a helpful side window to the History page. Read more: History Calendar: Easily View Chrome Browsing History By Date
My image Block-Disposable-Email – If you are running a web service you would not want users to create one-time accounts using disposable email addresses. This would contaminate your userbase and be counterproductive. A useful tool to check whether or not an email address is one-time or bogus, is a site called “Block Disposable Email”. Read more: Block-Disposable-Email: Easily Detect Fake & Disposable Email Addresses


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