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ArrangeMySeat – For any event, the seating arrangements can be very important. You want similar attendees to be seated on the same table. But finding out these similarities is often difficult. Thus the best way to go about the whole thing is to let the attendees pick out their own seats from the available seating plan. Here to let you do that in a very easy way is a web service called ArrangeMySeat. Read more: ArrangeMySeat: Let Your Event Attendees Choose Where To Sit (15 Free Licenses)

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CCFinder – If you require images for a project you are working on, your first try is to get a suitable image that can be used freely under the Creative Commons license. Mostly people search for such images using various online resources. But now a desktop app called CCFinder performs the same task. Read more: CCFinder: A Desktop Application To Help You Easily Find Creative Commons Images


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PicShop – Apple recently introduced iPhoto for iPhones and iPads, and everyone, including the people who don’t particularly like iPhoto, seem to be fascinated by its iOS avatar. Android users in the meantime can find some solace in PicShop. It is a feature-rich photo editor for Android along with a beautiful editing interface. Read more: PicShop: Feature-Rich Photo Editor For Android


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Clipping Note – One of the coolest features of the Opera browser is that it has a feature that lets you take notes while you browse online. Clipping Note brings that functionality to Chrome and then some. As you might have guessed by the name, this Chrome extension lets you “clip” content from a webpage and add it to your note. Read more: Clipping Note: Clip Notes While Browsing the Web [Chrome]


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Stashmarks – Some people have a large quantity of bookmarks, and managing them can be very difficult. Sure, you can put them in folders, but even then it can be hard to track down something quickly and easily. That is why Stashmarks came to be. It allows you take your unwieldy number of Chrome bookmarks and make them searchable, so you can find what you need, when you need it. Read more: Stashmarks: Make Your Google Chrome Bookmarks Searchable


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  1. Kelly Buchanan
    July 2, 2012 at 5:55 am

    I like the idea of Stashmarks. I'll give it a try.

    • Aibek Esengulov
      July 5, 2012 at 6:52 am

      Hey Kelly,

      Let us know your thoughts once you have checked it out


    • musicphann
      July 5, 2012 at 8:21 pm

      Been using Springpad for all my bookmarks. Allows you to tag them with different categories, etc.

  2. Ben
    July 1, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    CCFinder and Clipping Note are fantastic!

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