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IsItOld.com – Share New Links

There’s no better way to prove you’re hip than sending all your friends on Twitter and Facebook the latest memes and popular videos that have surfaced on YouTube. Trouble is, everybody else is doing the same. And sharing a URL that half your contacts have already shared wouldn’t make you look that great in the eyes of your friends. It would actually make you look like a no-hoper, someone who’s trying just too...

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ReturnToMind.com – Bring Back Memories

This is the one site you should try if you feel like going through all the different stages of your life once again. On Return To Mind, people can recount these things that they liked and/or did all the way back to 1950. The main page of the site includes a section for each decade from 1950 to the present date, and you can see what people have already liked by merely visiting the one decade that means something to you, either because...

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How90s.com – Check How Modern Your Site Is

How90s is a site that will let you realize if that designer you hired to put your site together did a great structural job or just gave you a load of old pap. How90s can run a series of tests that can determine if a site has been built relying too much on 90s elements like frames, inline formatting, marquees and tables. Ten different elements are actually taken into account, and a numeric percentage is assigned to each of them. Once...

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YourOldPic.com – Making New Photos Look Old

There are lots of sites letting you apply effects to photographs, and this is one of these. The difference is that this site will only let you apply one specific effect to any photograph, as opposed to other sites that let you do a lot of things with any image of yours. Yet, the one thing that you can do on this particular site can not be that easily replicated elsewhere. So, it all evens out in the end I suppose. On this site, you...

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CriticalPast.com – Videos Going As Far Back As 1890

In theory, this is a site that will be appealing to historians most of all, but I frankly see no reason why the average Joe wouldn’t get anything out of it. To put it in very simple words, Critical Past is like YouTube for videos going way back in history up to 1890. Every decade from that until 1990 is touched upon, and the idea is that you can search the site much like you can search YouTube and do research (in case you are a...

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