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StudyChamps – Teaching children science and math requires the teacher to have a good amount of teaching material that easily understandable. Here to offer such resources to parents and instructors is a web service called StudyChamps, a free to use web service that offers you with educational worksheets and Flash tools for children. Read more: StudyChamps: Get Educational Worksheets & Interactive Flash Tools For Children

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Picisto – is an online service that allows you to arrange your pictures in collages, offering a number of layouts for you to choose from. To begin with, you can connect with Picisto using your Facebook, Twitter or Google accounts, or you can sign up for a Picisto address. Once signed in, you can start organizing your pictures in collages. Read more: Picisto: Make Your Own Photo Collage With 15 Layouts To Choose From [Web]


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withU – iPod owners have a large music collection on their devices. Normally to use another device to listen to music stored on your iPod, you would first have to transfer the songs to the other device. But a far more convenient option would be to stream your iPod’s music using another iOS device or a DLNA / UPnP device. This feature is provided to you by a smartphone app called withU. Read more: withU: Share iPod Music Library With iOS & DLNA / UPnP Devices [iOS] (Free Licences)


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Readlists – For fans of reading apps and e-books, you should check out this new service from Readability. Readlists is a web app that creates eBooks from your chosen articles online. This effectively allows you to curate articles and turn them into your own collection that you can use with your Kindle or favorite e-book reader. Read more: Readlists: Collect Articles From URLs & Create E-Books


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Gwitr – If you want to show your love and gratitude towards someone on Twitter, then you should give Gwitr a try. Gwitr is a website that allows people to send virtual gifts to their friends on Twitter. Once you are logged in, you can pick a gift from the hundreds of already available gifts on Gwitr, or you can upload your own – for example, make your own “music stereo”. Read more: Gwitr: Send Virtual Gifts To Your Twitter Friends


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  1. macwitty
    September 27, 2012 at 6:30 am

    I like Readlists and use it to collect different things in different books, one with recipes I should give a try, another with wordpress tips and tricks and so on. Very handy to add in new things and just replace the old book with a new.

    • Aibek Esengulov
      September 27, 2012 at 11:28 am

      thanks for the feedback

  2. Edward Bellair
    September 24, 2012 at 4:59 pm

    Always good to have a variety. Thank you

  3. Ashutosh Kushwaha
    September 24, 2012 at 12:11 pm


  4. bonioloff
    September 24, 2012 at 5:34 am

    Great list..
    Thanks for awesome list..

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