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Popchrom – If you send similar emails or use the same phrases on the Internet, you may find it very helpful to create abbreviations that will act as shortcuts for your text (typing in the abbreviation automatically types the default text). Here to help you implement that in your web browser is a Chrome tool called Popchrom, which lets you add shortcut abbreviations for long pieces of text. Read more: Popchrom: Create Shortcuts For Text & Phrases [Chrome]

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AceProject – Most of the project management tools available today are either to shallow in terms of features or focus way more on social media integration and user-interface than the actual functionalities. AceProject is different, as it is a no-nonsense, project management tool that gives you tremendous depth in features. Read more: AceProject: Feature Rich Project Management Tool Online


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1DollarScan – If you have a bulk of physical documents or books lying around taking up precious space, you could scan them and then recycle them. But the manual scanning is quite time-consuming. Here to take care of this for you is a service called 1DollarScan, a new service that digitizes your documents for you for $1. Read more: 1DollarScan: Digitize Your Paper Documents


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Smooth Gestures – While keyboard shortcuts have certainly made tasks quicker to complete, mouse gestures simplifies things to an even greater degree. Without having to lift your hand from your mouse you can complete many tasks thanks to mouse gestures. Here to help you incorporate mouse gestures within your Chrome browser is an extension tool called Smooth Gestures. Read more: Smooth Gestures: Adds Mouse Gesture Support To Google Chrome


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Twtrland – Twitter is a huge network where you can follow many people who are not your friends. But if you don’t know them, how do you know whether you should follow them or not? Here to help you decide that is a web service called Twtrland, a free to use web tool that generates a profile for Twitter accounts. Read more: Twtrland: Easily Analyze Twitter Users & Decide Whether Or Not To Follow Them


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  1. Paul D Pruitt
    October 26, 2011 at 8:55 pm

    I had a good experience with $1 scan.  They scanned a book for me and then 685 photos. They did a good job.  The book was $1, and the photos were $69.  You can get the photos returned, but not the books you scan.

  2. Anonymous
    October 26, 2011 at 5:02 pm

    my co-worker's half-sister makes $84 hourly on the laptop. She has been laid off for 5 months but last month her income was $7450 just working on the laptop for a few hours. Read about it on this web site

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