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CertificateStreet – Certificates and awards are symbols of achievement and are often needed to encourage students and participants. CertificateStreet has hundreds of certificate templates for different categories ranging from sports and school to business and relationships. Read more: CertificateStreet: Get Free Printable Award Certificates.

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Spreaker – It’s simple: what Justin.tv and uStream are to television, Spreaker is to radio. If you want to broadcast your own online radio show, you can do so in only a few clicks and if you want to browse radio streams from around the country, it’s as simple as pressing “play”. Read more: Spreaker: Broadcast Your Own Online Radio Show.

 

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FlightRadar24 – Ever wondered how many planes come into or fly out of an airport at any given time? Now you can see it live with FlightRadar. It is a cool tool based on Google Maps that shows live air traffic in Europe. Each flight is indicated by a small plane icon and airports are indicated with a small blue x symbol. Read more: FlightRadar24: Watch Live Air Traffic In Europe.

 

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Media.io – Music is stored in a variety of formats and this can be annoying if you have music in one format and a digital audio player that can only play another. If you’re looking to convert audio but don’t want to install a dedicated program to do so, Media.io is the web tool you’ve been looking for. Read more: Media.io: Easy Audio to MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA, M4A, MP4 and AAC Converter.

 

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PopSciArchives – Popular Science is an American magazine that has been published every month since 1872 featuring news about scientific developments and new technologies. If you are a fan of Popular Science or of history for that matter, you’ll love this web resource. It contains complete archives of the popular science magazine online going back to 1872. Read more: PopSciArchives: Browse Complete Archives Of Popular Science Magazine Online.

 

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  1. Canada
    March 25, 2010 at 12:32 am

    Topix Survey brought us to you fyi

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