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vCard On Business Card – While you can get your business card to include all your contact information, other people still need to feed it into their phone manually. Here to help create business cards that are friendlier to smartphone owners is a web service called vCard on Business Card, that lets you get a QR code with your vCard encoded in it. Read more: vCard On Business Card: Place Your vCard On Your Business Card Through A QR Code

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iUbenda – Putting up your website’s privacy policy for site visitors to read is certainly a good idea. But writing a privacy policy is a tedious task. You have to use proper technical terms to address each aspect of the site visitor’s privacy. Thankfully there is a web service called iUbenda that will make it easier to create privacy policies for websites. Read more: iUbenda: Free Website Privacy Policy Generator

 

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Streaming Criterions – If you are a fan of Criterion movies and have a Netflix account, then you probably occasionally check Netflix for Criterion movies that can be streamed. Here to save the manual labor that task requires is a web service called Streaming Criterions which updates automatically to regularly check for new movie entries. Read more: Streaming Criterions: Lists Criterion Movies You Can Stream On Netflix

 

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Notes.io – Most online note-taking applications will ask you to create an account before you can start storing and sharing your notes. But if you do not have the time for registration and want to be able to store and share your notes right away, then check out a web service called NotesIO, which provides you with a virtual yellow notepad to write on. Read more: NotesIO: A Quick & Easy Way To Create, Share & Store Notes Online

 

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Memory Restart – Web browsers often slow down after being left open for a long time. Mozilla Firefox is no different. Fortunately for Firefox users however, there is an add-on called Memory Restart that provides an effective solution to the problem. The add-on lets you set a memory threshold and also places an icon in Firefox’s address bar. You can set the icon colors for the browser being under and over your set memory threshold which, by default, is 500MB. Read more: Memory Restart: Quickly Restart Firefox When It Starts Consuming A Lot Of Memory

 

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