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Advertisement – is a central place for storing and sharing simple stuff like text or links. It gives you the convenience of quickly accessing your data from anywhere. It is sort of like a clipboard, but more universal with more control. With a single click you can send links and text from your browser right to your device and vice versa. Anything you put in one device will instantly be available in all the others.

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FusionInvoice – is built for freelancers and small businesses who need a simple, yet powerful self-hosted web based invoicing system. Manage your client details and keep track of who owes you what – and access the information from anywhere. Everything important at a glance allows you to stay on top of your time and your clients without any effort.

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Live Pics – with you can share your images in a new way – show images at the highest quality and accompany with your voice. Drag some imagery and start the conversation.

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Text Tool – is a text editor that makes it easy to manipulate text through multiple, built-in, powerful transformation options. If you’ve found yourself needing to sort, dedupe, split, join, change case, URL encode, or search and replace text, TextTool can help. With the use of a powerful API, TextTool can also be integrated into your complex workflows with ease.

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My 80’s TV – the 1980’s are known for many things, and two of the most well known ones are television shows and music. My 80’s TV aims to bring you the best of 1980’s television and music by giving you an old-fashioned TV interface, and the ability to flip through the various channels. Clips are provided via YouTube and you can specify the kind of things you want to watch and not watch.

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  1. Lisa M
    December 13, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    Does My '80s TV have a category for TV Commercials? I found a great YouTube channel that shows nothing but montages of television ads that aired in the decade. As of this writing I believe the user has 100+ 20-minute clips of just '80s TV ads. Surreal, a little bizarre but well worth it.

  2. Kevin
    December 7, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    OMG...That My80sTV site was a major flashback...I think I just spent 2 hours on it @_@

  3. Joey Cato
    December 7, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    Thanks for posting an article about My80sTV! :) Looks like you're missing a screenshot of the site though, so I took the liberty of making a screenshot for you in case you'd like to replace it.

  4. Saikat B
    December 7, 2013 at 3:10 pm

    Text Tool looks bookmark worthy :)

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