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Kulisha.com – Pin Your Feeds

Pinterest this, Pinterest that… we’re not suffering from Pinterest fatigue yet, but we’ll soon be if apps that pay homage to the popular media sharing service keep on being released at this rate. The latest is Kulisha, and I must say it’s one of the most interesting Pinterest-related services I have seen so far. Basically, what Kulisha does is to take your Facebook and Twitter feeds and have them displayed a la...

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Zooshia.com – Create A Social Media Widget

There’s no major social media site that hasn’t got a widget you can put on your blog or site, but there’s no such a thing as a way to have widgets from several different sites combined into one, and have that used instead. And that’s what Zooshia wants to remedy. In a nutshell, this service lets you create a widget that can include as much as 10 different sites, letting people who visit your blog have immediate...

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Feed2Mail.com – Get Feeds On Your Email

Keep this service in mind if you’re ever using a computer that has limited connectivity and you just can’t access all the sites that you usually visit. As its name implies, Feed2Mail will let you remain updated on all the content that is posted on such sites via email. All you have to do is to point the application to the feed URLs of these websites you want to keep a close watch on, and supply the email address you want...

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TumblRSSApp.com – Import RSS Feeds Into Tumblr

Available for free, TumblRSS is a new tool that is primarily aimed at bloggers. To put it in crystal-clear words, it enables anybody to take a RSS feed and have it imported into Tumblr. Such a service is going to be resonate with those who keep both a “regular” blog and a Tumblr, as they’ll be able to have what they post on one imported directly into the other. So, those who have a Tumblr and who use it secondarily...

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Mmmmail.com – Turn Email Into RSS

Tired of opening your email inbox only to find it brimming with spam time and again? Well, you’re not alone in that. Just look at all the web tools and services that are available for fighting spam. And the steady rate at which these keep on increasing simply highlights that people are never satisfied, probably because spammers get cleverer by the day and keep on discovering how to fool all the services released to put an end to...

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