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|Pathto – LinkedIn offers the option for you to get recommended on your professional experiences. But if you are looking for an online social network for professionals where you can get endorsements on particular professional skills, you should check out a website called PathTo, an online network that helps you create an online resume. Read more: Pathto: A Network For Professionals To Endorse Each Other’s Skills|
|Bayfiles – Are you looking for another one-click file sharing service? If you think there is not enough competition for MegaUpload and Rapidshare, then you should check out Bayfiles. Brought to you by the guys who founded The Pirate Bay, this tool lets you upload, share, and download files just like any large file-hosting websites.|
|FreelyWheely – Do you have an item you are about to throw away? Do you think this item could be of use to somebody else? If yes, then be check out FreelyWheely – a web service that lets you offer your unwanted items to others for free. You can sign up for an account on the site and start listing your unwanted items. Read more: FreelyWheely: Give Away Unwanted Items & Get Free Stuff From Others|
|FauxFlash – Flash cards are probably the most effective visual tools for learning. However, it takes time to create them manually or print them out. Fortunately, FauxFlash is a cool study tool that lets you create highly visual flash cards on-the-fly. With this, you can generate flash cards, share it to the community, or browse and download works shared by other users. Read more: FauxFlash: Create & Share Educational Flash Cards|
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