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|– James Cameron’s Avatar is probably one of the biggest movies of the decade. The indigenous people portrayed in the movie speak a totally different language called Navi. Unlike languages in some other sci-fi movies, Navi is an actual language created by a linguist at University of Southern California. Now you can learn it too with the help of Navilator.|
|Flame – Not everyone was born with a talent for painting and the arts. While others struggle to learn the basics, some people are much better as if it is a common thing to do. Fortunately, Flame from Escape Motion is a simple web app that lets you create gorgeous flame paintings within seconds. Read more: Flame: Draw Cool Flame Paintings Online.|
|Twiangulate – is a great tool to analyze the followers of any Twitter user. For example, just enter the Twitter handle of any user and choose the Biggest Follower tab. Twiangulate will then tell you who are the most influential people following that particular user. Read more: Twiangulate: Find Common/Biggest Followers For Any Twitter User.|
|Blogtrottr – Some people use RSS feeds; some people use email updates. If you prefer email updates to RSS readers, but noticed that RSS lets you subscribe to a more specific section on the site, then Blogtrottr was designed for you. This service lets you subscribe to any RSS feed via email. Read more: Blogtrottr: Subscribe to RSS Feed Via Email.|
|Urtak: Create Embeddable Polls For Free.– If you are fond of making poll questions and gathering survey answers from people, then Urtak might just be perfect for you. It is a free collaborative poll tool which allows you to create your own embeddable polls. Read more:|
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