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My image The Junkbox – Old electronics and components can still be of great use for geeks and tinkerers, and if you are hunting for these items, then you should check this out. The Junkbox is a free online marketplace and listing for old electronic components, parts, and accessories. Non-geeks may call this website a place to sell junk.

My image TickCounter – Keeping track of an event is not easy. TickCounter helps in focusing on an event by letting you create a web-based time counter. It can be a countdown timer, counting how much time is remaining to reach a particular event in the future. Or it can be a count up timer, counting the time that has passed since an event in the past. Read more: TickCounter: Create CountDown & CountUp Timers Online
My image Accurate-Guide – Normally when you visit the website of an online service, pages are filled with a lot of new terms. As a result, you may not fully understand what the particular service is all about. What you need is for somebody to break down those long webpages into smaller understandable chunks of information. This type of informed articles and guides regarding various web services is precisely what a site called Accurate-Guide provides. Read more: Accurate-Guide: Get Guides On Various Online Services
My image Magnifier – is a blog launched by Google to not only promote unique artists and give away free tracks, but also to give users a little taste of the Google Music service before it is available to everybody. Magnifier is manually edited where music experts highlight an artist or album every day. Read more: Magnifier: Google’s Own Music Blog
My image ResumeBaking – Online resume creation apps often make creating a resume a lengthy operation. Here to simplify the process by letting you create an online resume that is also downloadable, is a website called ResumeBaking. In addition to offering various visual templates, the site also offers numerous resume fields that are customizable. Read more: ResumeBaking: A User-Friendly Website To Create Free Resumes Online

 

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  1. Naer_eti
    November 6, 2011 at 8:01 pm

    Sadly, Magnifier free tracks are only available for people in the US...
    But thanks anyway, I'll use it when I go there!

  2. Alba Media
    November 6, 2011 at 12:17 am

    nice list
    useful thanks

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