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Rrandomize – The premise of Rrandomize is simple. The mystery of an unknown package can be more fun than choosing something to buy. Until now, there hasn’t been a easy way for non-programmers to order random things. Rrandomize solves this problem. Amazon pays them a referral fee each time they process an order. This way they can keep the site running without charging customers any extra.

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TweetQureet – Twitter is a great way to have conversations with friends, and also find interesting stories and links. However, the more people you follow, the harder it becomes to keep track of everything. TweetQureet monitors your Twitter feed, and emails you a daily digest of what it deems to be the most interesting and relevant content on your feed.

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FontPunk – When making styled documents like flyers, ads or website graphics, you’ll sometimes want to stylize a font in a decorative way. With FontPunk.com you can apply different visual effects to a font to produce eye-catching display texts. FontPunk.com is free of charge and no registration is required. However some fonts ban modification, so check first before using this service.

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Gifpop! – is a tool to make custom cards from animated GIFs, using the magic of lenticular printing. They offer five different sizes of Gifpops, starting at only $12, and each artist on Gifpop receives 80% of the profits. Each lenticular sheet is faceted, which allows you to see different slices of an image at different angles. The sheet and the print are aligned so when you move the sheet, the animation plays.

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Solayo – is a service where you can search for music across various different music streaming sites such as YouTube, Soundcloud, Dailymotion, and many more. Once you find music, you can play it, or add it to a playlist to be played after the current song is over. Registering enables you to save your playlists, and you can also listen to radio stations, based on different musical genres.

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  1. Derek
    December 12, 2013 at 9:27 am

    Thanks, these are quite interesting services. A couple of interesting ones that I will try out for sure. I'd like to add Unioncy to the list. It's a free tool that's really helpful - organizing and storing your product documentation in the cloud. This way you can go paperless and not worry about lost receipts or manuals again.

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