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Day Zero Project – Do you have a big list of things you would like to do in your life and yet have not got around to committing to do any of them? Perhaps a little motivation is all you need. Day Zero is a web app that lets you create a list of 101 things to do in 1,001 days. It is sort of like a web bucket list. Read more: Day Zero Project: Creates List Of 101 Things To Do In 1,001 Days

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PlusTo – Applications that automatically tweet your Facebook status are in abundance. But with Google+ now launched, Twitter users are looking for something that connects the sharing of both these services. PlusTo does exactly that. With a hashtag in your Google+ shares, the content can be automatically posted to your Twitter account. Read more: PlusTo: Automatically Pushes Google+ Posts To Twitter

 

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RandomText – is probably the most feature-rich tool for designers to create dummy text. Partly because it allows you to generate dummy text in both Gibberish and the Lorem Ipsum format. You can use a slider bar to indicate the desired number of words and number of elements you need in your text such as h1,h2. Once generated, you can copy the text. Read more: RandomText: Generate Random Text & Save As HTML

 

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Cammster – Installing security features in your house or office can be very expensive. Cammster offers a free way to monitor your home and office for intrusions by using your webcam to detect any motion. Simply register and launch the Cammster program before leaving the house, if Cammster detects motion via webcam it will alert you. Read more: Cammster: Use Webcam As Security Camera

 

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Verbling – The native speakers of a language are the best sources for learning it. Not only do the natives know the correct pronunciation but they can also better inform you about certain colloquial expressions. Here to help people learn new languages and teach it, is a web service called Verbling that helps people learn and teach languages. Read more: Verbling: Lets You Learn Languages By Speaking With Native Speakers

 

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  1. Nomad63
    September 26, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    No RSS feeds again since yesterday morning. You need to look into what is causing this phenomena ? I, personally, am reporting the same issue the second time in like a month's time.

    • Tina
      September 27, 2011 at 7:49 pm

      Thanks for the heads-up, Nomad!

    • Tina
      September 29, 2011 at 4:55 pm

      Update: the issue has been fixed. If it happens again or if you observe any other issues, feel free to email me directly [tina at makeuseof dot com].

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