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Allamericandish.com – Dish Network

Allamericandish.com is a website for Dish Network Satellite Television. Dish has been around for several years, with it’s main competitor being Direct TV. Satellite companies across the world get bad reputations, due to the rumor that once it rains, your reception is gone. This is no longer true! With technology advancements, satellites are more efficient during dreary weather, and are able to continue their broadcast of...

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Restaugr.am – Instagram For Food

Instagram is great for sharing the food you’re eating when you’re out and about. So great, in fact, that if someone created a site like Instagram which keeps the focus on nothing but dishes that are served at restaurants people would willingly use it. Don’t believe it? Just give this new website a look. Restaugr.am is where you can share the food you’re eating with the whole world. All you have to do is to take...

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TastedMenu.com – Review Restaurants And Dishes

The natural thing to do when we find a phenomenal restaurant in the least expected of places is to tell our friends about it. But there’s no need to phone, text or email them any longer now that a service like TastedMenu is here. This site has been built to let you tell everybody about these restaurants that you come across, and that impress you with the quality of the dishes that they serve. So, on this site you can review all...

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dishPal.com – Share Food Pics

Social networks for foodies go from strength to strength with the release of dishPal. This new site lets you share photos of these dishes that you’re eating, and it also allows you to share food-related stories with all your friends and acquaintances. And in addition to letting you upload images of these dishes that you’re having on any night out, dishPal lets you join thematic groups. This lets you interact only with...

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TheTipCard.com – Rate Good And Bad Restaurants

The Tip Card is a clever mashup of Yelp and Foursquare that basically lets you rate any restaurant you ever find yourself at. You do that by using the provided iPhone application, which is available for free, and that lets you explain why you’ve left a generous (or a measly) tip at any restaurant you’ve visited. And then, these ratings will be shared with all of your friends. Ratings are based on six main contact points...

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