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Motorlogs.com – Journals For Cars And Bikes

Custom car, bike and truck journals. That is what this site will let you create. If you are the kind of person who takes his vehicle seriously, it is a service that you could hardly afford to pass by. Any of the journals that can be created on the site will let you keep track of all the modifications that you have made to your car/bike/truck, and also monitor its usage over time by way of detailed statistics. You will get to see where...

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Journamatic.com – Your Daily Life Captured

How would your day look like on paper, based solely on the interactions that you have via social sites? Would that be an accurate representation of all the things that you have done during the day? Or would that give any person who looks at it an equivocal impression of the places that you have been to, and the people you have spent time with? Well, this new service will let you find that out, for free, and pretty quickly. By giving...

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Twournal.com – Tweets In A Journal

Are your tweets good enough to be made into a book? Will other people enjoy reading them? These are the questions that you will have to ask yourself if you decide to visit this site. Because the one service that is provided by Twournal is the creation of a book with all you tweets, and nothing more than that. In actuality, the book will not just include 140-word updates. It will also include each and every image that you have sent out...

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HappyRambles.com – The Things You Are Grateful For

Essentially, Happy Rambles is nothing but a feel-good service. What it does is to send you daily emails asking you to write down these things that you are grateful for. All these things will then be set down in an online journal that you can have shared with all your friends. The idea here seems to be that by keeping a balance of these things you are thankful for you will start thinking more positively, and by thinking like that you...

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280Daily.com – Your Life Day By Day

Could you sum up your day in 280 characters? That is the basic question that this site is asking. And if you think you are up for the challenge, you can join in and begin keeping a private microjournal. You will be able to document every incident that you think has any significance, and the way that it has made you feel. And having to observe such a limit of characters will no doubt bring a lot of conciseness to the way you think...

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