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WYAH.com – Tell People How Special They Are

We always believe we’ll be here tomorrow. And so do our loved ones. But the truth might be drastically different from that. Maybe when we wake up tomorrow some people will be gone from our lives for good. And the most horrible of feelings will come over us as we realize we never got to tell them how special they were. Well, this new site is here to prevent that from happening. W-YAH (short for “While You Are Here”)...

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MailBliss.com – Receive Mails On Your Phone

What if you could give your phone an email address, and check all your new messages without having to even open your email inbox? That’s what this new service lets you do. It lets you create an email address that is going to be associated wit your mobile, and any email that is sent to that address will be received as a text message. In order to use this service, all you’ve got to do is to choose your mobile email address...

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uWhisp.com – Record Voice Messages

How long will it be before tweeting and posting status updates on Facebook becomes a thing of the past, and we have a new way of telling others how we’re feeling? If the people who have created uWhisp have their way, that would be very soon. uWhisp is a new social application that lets you record audio messages on specific websites that can then be played by all the people who come after you. These messages can be recorded using...

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Fancloud.com – Social Site For Sports Fans

Twitter has always made it easy for sports fans to connect with each other, and bash/praise all the teams in the leagues they follow. And now, Fancloud makes it even easier. And a lot more rewarding, too. This new platform brings together sports fans and professional sports writers, and it lets them interact with each other as if they were all in the same room. Messages are aggregated into a fancloud where just everybody can see...

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Whispero.com – Share Your Secrets

What if you could network with people without having to reveal any kind of personal information? What if you could message others without having to disclose your email, or even your name? Would that give you the freedom to say things you usually wouldn’t say to anybody on a site like Facebook? Or would the fact of not really knowing who’s listening on the other side keep you from using the service at all? It looks like...

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