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Banned Books Week – is a website dedicated to the Banned Books Week initiative that was launched in 1982 in the US and is celebrated for a week every year by authors, journalists, intellectuals and many more. As the name suggests, the purpose of this initiative is to highlight the unnecessary censorship of certain books. Read more: Lists Censored Books & Challenges

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PenguSpy – is a nice site with a neat interface, showcasing all kinds of games for Linux OS. You’ll find both free and commercial Linux games on this site. The homepage shows the games that have been recently added, and also has tabs for free and commercial. You can find games under categories like action, arcade, music, adventure, puzzle, racing, shooter and many more. Read more: PenguSpy: A Directory Of Games For Linux OS


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Play In Ur Tubez – Using YouTube’s own interface, if you want to replay a video, you need to click on the Replay button that appears after a video finishes playing. To avoid using the Replay button, there are web apps that let you play individual YouTube videos in a loop. But to put YouTube playlists in a loop, you will need to use PlayinUrTubez. Read more: PlayinUrTubez: Play YouTube Videos & Playlists In A Loop


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ISBN-Check – I’m sure you’ve seen the barcodes on the back of books that have certain numbers written above them. These 10 digit numbers are called ISBN (International Standard Book Numbers). They help identify the product, no matter where you are in the world. But sometimes, you might lose some of those numbers due to a mishandling of the book. Read more: ISBN-Check: Check ISBN Numbers Online


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VectorFinder – To add high quality vector art to their designs and to be inspired, stock vectors are normally used by countless graphic designers. A good number of websites let people search for vector art and VectorFinder helps you to find and get results from all those websites at once. VectorFinder is a free to use vector graphics search engine that features a simple interface. Read more: VectorFinder: Free Vector Graphics Search Engine


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  1. Kostas M
    November 22, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    Thanks for featuring Penguspy :)

    • Aibek
      November 27, 2010 at 1:25 pm

      thanks for maintaining that useful website ;-)

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