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Tynt.com – The Home Of Tracer For Your Site

Tynt.Com, is the home to tracer. But one may ask, to trace what? Well this company provides a java code which you may easily install on your site to track what people do when they are on your website. Here’s how it works, you go online and you subscribe for free, they send you a confirmation e-mail and you are pretty much done to get going. Once you are all setup the piece of code starts tracking what people do on your site and which...

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CopyGator.com – Protect Your Posts

This is a service that collects information from more than two million blogs, and analyses over a half million of new blog posts day by day. The servers you will find at this site examines all of the information of these blogs and after that, it compares every post in order to determine which of them are totally different, nearly similar, or exactly the same. After the system finds two different posts that are very similar according...

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xs.md – URL Shortener

A URL shortener (xs.md) is a website that will create a short Uniform Resource Locator (URL) or webpage address from a long one so that the short version, which is easier to remember and enter, can be used instead. For example, if you need to frequently enter a URL into e-mail messages or read it over the phone, a long URL is prone to mistyping or misunderstanding. By going to a free website service like xs.md, you can swap your long...

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OpenClip.org – Cut And Paste On iPhone

The iPhone is a state-of-the-art device that should allow anyone to seamlessly integrate their digital life and their normal life. That’s all great, but you can’t cut and paste text on it. Whoever left that feature out of the iPhone should be fired from Apple. Over at Openclip.org, some wise developer has made an application that will allow you to cut and paste text from the iPhone’s many applications. OpenClip is not an application....

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TweetPaste.net – Paste Tweets to Your Blog

It’s official. Twitter is not going away. Nor are the Twitter apps. Twitter’s powers only keep growing. And the latest power it’s recently gotten hold of is something called TweetPaste. It’s not a super tweet cleanser or riff on toothpaste either. It’s a simple application that allows users to easily paste their tweets onto their blogs. Kind of like copy and paste but made for Twitter. There’s...

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