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SlideUp.com – New People To Call On Skype

Have you ever visited SkypeUp.com in order to find new people you could chat with on Skype? Did you like it? Were you thinking about visiting that site again soon? Well, that is great. But whatever you do, do not set your browser to wwww.skypeup.com because you would be buying a ticket to nowhere. The site has been renamed, and it is now stationed at a different address: www.slideup.com. The basic service remains pretty much the same....

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MySyncPad.com – Draw With Others Using Your iPad

SyncPad is a new remote collaboration tool. It will let you turn your iPad into a whiteboard that you can use in real time with all your friends. Think of it as a Facetime for drawings, and you will be getting quite near the mark. Users of SyncPad create rooms to which they invite their co-workers, and they can actually import pictures from their very own libraries and use these as the starting point of the whole collaborative...

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Facelette.com – Chat With Random FaceTime Device Owners

Agreed, the release of Facelette is the direct result of what some perceive as the limited connectivity of FaceTime devices. But it is also motivated by the sheer fun that comes from applying the dynamics of Chatroulette to just anything. Nobody would deny that a service like FaceTime was too good a target to miss. Facelette, then, comes from the marriage of FaceLite and Chatroulette. It is a service that randomly connects owners of...

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FTFun.com – Connect With Other FaceTime Device Owners

We can define FTFun as a community site that is conformed by FaceTime device owners only. That is, people who have an iPhone 4, a 4th Generation iPod Touch or that are running the FaceTime app on their Macs. Here, they will be capable of connecting with other people who own any such device without having to disclose their phone numbers or email addresses in social sites and places like forums. Because that is the problem with FaceTime...

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