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|– Twitter has Tweetmeme, a Digg-like website that indexes most popular links in Twitter so you can retweet them easily. With the success of Google Buzz comes a similar website called Buzrr. This web tool keeps track of the hottest articles posted on Google Buzz by indicating how many times they have been reposted (re-buzzed).|
|[NO LONGER WORKS] ProConLists – It helps to make a list of all the pros and cons to break down everything before making a decision. ProConLists is a website that allows you to make such a list, rate the rational and emotional weights of each item on the list then calculate the results.|
|ColorHex – You see a color, you like it, but you want to know more about it. ColorHex is probably the best site to know a color inside out. Just pick any color from the palette or select your desired one by entering the 6 digit hex code. ColorHex will then show you detailed information like the RGB, HSL, HSV and CMYK values. Read more: ColorHex: See RGB, HSV & HSL Values For Any Color.|
|PaperlessPost – brings back the feel of those creatively designed and crafted paper-based invitation cards. There are save-the-date cards, seasonal invites and other casual invitations to choose from. Just sign up, select a style, customize it with images and colors and bulk email it to your guests. Read more: PaperlessPost: Custom Online Stationery & Invitations.|
|Border-Radius – Composing CSS is pretty easy if you have the experience. But sometimes we can make use of tools that make coding easier. Border Radius is one such app. This website lets you easily generate CSS curved borders online. Read more: Border-Radius: Generate Custom CSS Curved Borders.|
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