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|The TEDinator – TED videos are being increasingly shared online as friends share their positive messages with one another. Here to help download the TED videos directly to your hard drive is a desktop application called The TEDinator, that lets you download the videos to your hard drive. Read more: The TEDinator: Download TED Videos Through a Desktop App [Windows]|
|Retranstwitter – As a heavy Twitter user, you may wish to use your account to retweet anything that you find important or that you want your followers to see. However, going through all those tweets yourself to look for the ones to retweet can be stressful. Retranstwitter is here to help! Read more: Retranstwitter: Automate Your Retweets On Twitter|
|Logmote – The next generation of online password storage and authentication is here. It comes in the form of a smartphone application called Logmote which uses QR codes rather than keystrokes to authenticate your password information. The ingenious password storage system will enable you to use your smartphone as an authentication tool for your online activities. Read more: Logmote: Use Your Smartphone For Online Authentication|
|Ultra Slideshow Lite – is a program which lets you create flash slideshows easily and for free. You can use your own digital music files and photos and combine them using your favourite slideshow template or manual creation. You can choose to use professional video-editing tools in your flash slideshow. Read more: Ultra Slideshow Lite: Create Free Flash Slideshows|
|LiveGrep – As the code to the Linux kernel is open source, anyone can go through it and study it, modify it, patch it, and so on. And because it is also hosted on GitHub, it is quite easy to access. So easy, in fact, that someone has made a search tool which will instantly show results for the Linux kernel code. Read more: LiveGrep: Search Through Linux Kernel’s Source Code|
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