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|BookDaily – helps you cut down on those moments when you regret spending $25-$30 on a book that you don’t like. The website allows you to read the first chapter for over 80,000 book titles so you can decide if it is worth buying or not. You can also read reviews of the book, view various media content about the author or buy the book directly from Amazon. Read more: BookDaily: Read The First Chapter Of Over 80,000 Books|
|Mmmmail – You probably know about the disposable email services that help you create temporary email accounts to send and receive emails (like website sign up confirmations) that you don’t want to reach your main inbox. Mmmmail is one such service, albeit, with a twist. It transfers such emails to your RSS feed reader. Read more: Mmmmail: Disposable Email To RSS Service|
|– Usually the best site name you can think of turns out to be already registered. Here to help you save time searching for a domain name similar to the one you desire and register it is a web tool called Name Toolkit, a simple to use web service that lets you search for available domain names.|
|– Google+ is gaining an increasing number of members. If you are using Google+ and would like to show it on other social networks, all you need is a Google+ avatar image. This can be made using a site called GplusPic, a free to use avatar creator that creates a Google+ avatar for you. You upload a picture and choose a square region in it.|
|efTwo – While searching for certain words on a webpage, you often want to find its inflections too. For example when looking for the word ‘replace’ you might also want all instances of ‘replacing’ highlighted. Letting you find words and their inflections in such a way on webpages is a Chrome browser extension called efTwo. It lets you easily search a webpage for words and their inflections. Read more: efTwo: Finds Words & Their Inflections On Webpages [Chrome]|
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