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Zomobo.com – Find Information From Multiple Sources

With so many sources of information currently available on the Internet, it only makes sense that services like Zomobo will see release. And will be marginally successful, too. Self-defined as a real time encyclopedia, Zomobo enables anybody to search for information on sites like Wikipedia, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter at the very same time. All that needs to be done is to supply a search term for the application to present you with...

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Dukten.com – The Definitive Database Of Products

Dukten aims to become the ultimate online encyclopedia for products. The whole site has been created in order to gather together the unique codes that identify any item, be it a book, an audio CD or a foldable chair, and give customers a rich overview of the product in question. For example, on the site you can enter the ISBN for any book and learn who was the author and who published it. On the other hand, you can enter the product...

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WEBYpedia.com – An Alternative To Wikipedia

Do we need yet another online encyclopedia that is powered by the people a la Wikipedia? It seems we do, as that is exactly what WEBYpedia is all about. It is an encyclopedia entirely fuelled by users. Anybody can contribute to it, in the way that he wishes: by creating a new post, by modifying an existing one, by leaving a comment with his own ruminations on anything that has been published… But if we were to compare it with...

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ReadEasy.com – Redefining The Way Texts Are Read

The way we are used to reading texts online implies that whenever we come across any word we are unfamiliar with then we just open a separate window and check at a trusted online resource (WordReference.com and/or Wikipedia in my case). The process is not really that infuriating (just compare it with the amount of time it takes picking up the dictionary and browsing through its pages), but we all agree that it would be even better if...

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Iagram.com – An Encyclopedia Of Diagrams

If your children are driving you up the wall with their science assignments you might as well refer them to this site. You see, Iagram is a visual encyclopedia where they will be able to see diagrams of every shape and color. For example, they can browse through diagrams showing how the sun is composed, how the Milky Way is constituted, how an infrared LED works… these and more can all be viewed on the site, and at no cost. They are...

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