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Give The OK! – is a simple feedback tool mainly aimed at creative professionals (such as website designers) when working with clients. It lets you easily upload a screenshot of your work and then share it with your clients, to get feedback and track changes. Read more: Give The OK!: Easily Share Your Work & Get Feedback From Clients

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CSS Warp – Warped text is any text that follows an irregular path, be it a in a circular shape or a random elliptical one. It can give a really cool effect to your webpage but is usually pretty complicated to create. CSS Warp is a CSS text to path generator that you can use to create warped text without writing a single line of code. Read more: CSS Warp: Create Warped Text With CSS Without Any Coding


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360 Web Browser – iOS device owners would still like to have an excellent browser that lets them view streaming videos on various websites. The problem in doing this is that most videos require Flash – something that iOS does not support. Offering a workaround and letting your iOS device play Flash videos on most popular websites is an app called 360 Web Browser. Read more: 360 Web Browser: Feature Rich iOS Device Browser With Firefox Sync & Flash Support


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Broadcastr – Nobody can express your thoughts better than yourself. Broadcastr empowers you to express yourself to the world by uploading your audio and tying it to a specific location. Users can then browse the maps to discover thousands of stories from thousands of people in specific areas and listen to them. Read more: Broadcastr: Listen To Location Based Audio Stories From Around The World


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The Internet Wishlist – Developers, big or small, often wonder what people really want. The Internet Wishlist is a dead simple website that brings you a collection of website and application ideas that people wish for. Around 12 ideas are listed on a single screen, each idea accompanied by the Twitter handle of the user who submitted it. Read more: The Internet Wishlist: Collection Of Web Application Ideas From Random People


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  1. Pavan
    May 10, 2011 at 2:12 pm

    whether spark a wonderful site

  2. laboratory
    May 9, 2011 at 4:43 pm

    Css Wrap - this is an incredible tool. Someone has put a lot of greate work to create this application.

    However this tool for me is an excellent example of why some things should stay hidden:)

    To create one line of wraped text you need to generate "million" lines of css code and than html code.

    To read this code is almost impossible.

    So at the end some technologies are just easier and faster to use - flash, silverlight, simple image.


    • Tina
      May 10, 2011 at 10:48 am

      Great analysis, thanks for the input!

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