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Internote – If you love sticky notes for Windows 7 then you might need a more useful version of sticky notes that lives right in your browser. Internote is a Firefox addon that allows you to stick notes to web pages. You can save notes on websites so you can see them again once you return. Read more: Internote: Stick Notes To Web Pages

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Total Hotspots – Using the internet on your phone is a great convenience. Free Wi-Fi on your phone makes it easier to check your email while on the go and stay updated with your social networking accounts. To find free Wi-Fi around your areas, check out Total Hotspots, a free web service that lets you search free Wi-Fi spots from the around the world. Read more: TotalHotspots: Find Free Wi-Fi Anywhere In the World


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Spam Recycling – Spam emails are annoying. Nobody needs to be bothered with emails that include useless advertisements. But these useless emails can now be recycled into works of art, all thanks to SpamRecycling, a free to use website that converts your spam emails into unique animations that are accompanied by audio. All you do is forward your spam emails. Read more: Spam Recycling: Recycle Spam Emails Into Unique Pieces Of Visual Art


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Tabble – If you need to do a quick look-up of certain people and profiles, you usually hit Google and find a page about them. Tabble is a online profile aggregator for Google Chrome that makes it easier to know about someone by pulling up information from various social media sources and showing it contextually. Read more: Tabble: Quick Lookup For People On The Web (Chrome)


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Photofeed – is a new Facebook application by Pixable that lets you sort, group and categorize Facebook photos uploaded by your friends. The app also organizes photos in categories like “Top photos of the day” and “Top photos of the month”. All of the photos are organized and displayed as a continuous stream. Read more: Photofeed: Sort, Organize & Browse Your Friends’ Facebook Photos


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  1. Vibin
    March 11, 2011 at 9:28 am

    Hey, what are Disqus and Akismet doing ?? Look above !

    • Aibek
      March 11, 2011 at 9:43 am

      thanks for heads up ;-)

  2. Resume Services
    March 11, 2011 at 7:48 am

    It’s a great post, you really are a good writer! I’m so glad someone like you have the time, efforts and dedication writing, for this kind of article… Helpful, And Useful.. Very nice post!

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