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Interactive Biology – Are you one of those people who really hates biology because it’s boring or difficult to understand? If so, you should give Interactive Biology a try. It is a handy website that helps students learn biology in an effective way. The website breaks down biology concepts into small parts. Read more: Interactive-Biology: A Simple & Effective Way To Learn Biology

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SwatchPix – If you own an iPhone, and you like adding shortcuts to your favorite websites, than you need to check out SwatchPix. They have an easy to use graphical interface for creating custom icons for websites you visit all the time. All it takes is a few mouse clicks to upload an image, and then jumping over to your iPhone to save the link. Read more: SwatchPix: Add iPhone Web Clips To Your Home Screen


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Made Yours – Some people just need to have everything their way. They don’t want generic products that are the same as everyone else. They want the things they own to be uniquely theirs. If this describes you, than you should check out Made Yours. They compile all the best tailor-made products, and place them in one easy to navigate website. Read more: Made Yours: Helping You Find The Best Customized Products


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Image Resizer – If you need to edit images online quickly and easily without resorting to downloading software, you should check out Image-Resizer. It couldn’t be easier to upload a PNG or JPG image and quickly change some basic features about it. Of course, this isn’t Photoshop, so it can’t do anything crazy. Read more: Image-Resizer: Easily Edit Images From Your Browser


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Cryptocat – If you are unsure about the level of protection that native messaging applications such as Facebook Chat have to offer, it is time you switched to encrypted communication. An app called CryptoCat could be exactly what you are looking for. It is a free to use web app that offers users an encrypted chat interface. Read more: CryptoCat: Provides Private & Encrypted Chatting Within Your Web Browser


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    March 28, 2012 at 5:24 am

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