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|Conweets – If you follow two celebrities on Twitter and want to check out the conversations that have taken place between them, you might have to alternate between their streams and look for handles in their tweets. Here to make matters simpler is a web service called Conweets, that lets you view the public conversations between two Twitter users. Read more: Conweets: Check Out Public Conversations Between Two Twitter Users|
|– If you are a Highrise user and you use Gmail to interact with your customers, you will highly benefit from CollabSpot Insights – this is a browser extension that makes customer information from Highrise available whenever you are reading their messages in Gmail.|
|Movie Renamer – If you have a lot of movies stored locally on your computer, then you will know that maintaining them and keeping them organized is not an easy task. Here to help you with that task is a Java-based application called Movie Renamer, a small Java-based desktop application that helps you rename and organize locally stored movies. Read more: Movie Renamer: Easily Manage A Library Of Movies Stored On Your Computer|
|QuicklyChat – Let’s face it, trying to start a small talk or conversation is much more difficult when done remotely over a computer rather than if you were able to simply walk up to the person. It would be much easier if you could do the same thing, despite being farther away than a simple walk. With QuicklyChat, you can instantly start up conversations. Read more: QuicklyChat: Start Short Conversations Instantly [Windows & Mac]|
|jQuery UI TouchPunch – Currently, the JQuery UI doesn’t support the use of touch events in their widgets and interactions. It supports only mouse events, which means that it responds only to mouse events and doesn’t respond to touch events. jQuery UI Touch Punch is a small hack that fixes this shortcoming. Read more: jQuery UI Touch Punch: Touch Event Support For The jQuery UI|
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