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OpenMargin.com – Share Notes On Ebooks

What good is reading a book when you can’t tell others about it? There’s just tons and tons of sites that let people who love books come together, and discuss these things that make a title great for them such as ReadWhale and Quillp, but at a time in which we have devices like tablets around, it’s only logical we’ll see new apps and services for connecting with other people who are going through the same...

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Shuu.sh – Read Tweets By Everybody

Twitter is anything but a balanced space. The loud ones dominate everything with tweets that are seldom that meaty or useful, whereas people who tend to post purposeful tweets are absolutely drowned by the noise that is generated by the ones who keep tweeting and tweeting just any old thing. Such are the dynamics of the Twitterverse. And such is the fact this new web app aims to send in reverse. Shuu.sh is a tool that can basically...

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GetWebReader.com – Read RSS Feeds

Google Reader, Netvibes, Bloglines… there is no end to the number of applications that can be used for reading RSS feeds. Yet, there is still room for improvement as Web Reader amply proves. In essence, what this new application does is to get all the feeds that you have on Google Reader and display them using an interface of its own. This interface is really appealing in visual terms, and the fact that it has been built using...

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Feedlooks.com – Yet Another Reader Of RSS Feeds

Do we need more readers of RSS feeds? Some people seem to think that we do. And if that is an opinion you share, this is a site you would like to test for yourself. It goes by the name of Feedlooks, and its tagline is “Feed reading done right”. It is an entirely browser-hosted solution that will let you check your feeds in an interface that makes the whole process actually resemble opening an email inbox. Elsewhere, there are not that...

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Gpanion.com – Bringing The Best Of Google Together

Google Apps have become a truly indelible part of the way many of us experience the Web. Gmail and YouTube, Google Maps and Panoramio, Google Docs and Google Calendars… even people who don’t spend the whole day sitting in front of a computer screen uses these services and applications regularly. Just yesterday it was announced that YouTube alone gets a daily influx of visitors amounting to 2 billion. Yes, that’s right. One third of...

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