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Askforkids.com – Finding Answers for Your Children

Young people are by their nature inquisitive. Usually they will ask the question, and when they receive an answer, they will ask yet another question based on the answer that they just received. Some parents will direct their kids to search the Internet for an answer to their question. However, not all Internet answer sites provide answers that are age appropriate for those under 13 years of age. To help fill that void, the site...

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VacaTweet.com – Vacation Replies For Twitter

Vacation replies are great when it comes to email, but what about Twitter? Twitter has become almost like a parallel email account to some, so what to do when you’re away on vacation? Well, that’s where Vacatweet.com comes in. With the site, you’ll be able to set an automatic reply for your tweets when you’re away on vacation. How does it work? Well, there are two ways. Firstly, you can reply with an @ message from VacaTweet so...

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Chirrup.AngryAmoeba.co.uk – A Twitter Comment Feed

Another Twitter mashup for your consideration: Chirrup. Chirrup, developed by the British Angry Amoeba, brings Twitter comments directly to your blog or website. It’s a simple union, that makes perfect sense; it couples your blog with developments on Twitter, so your loyal readers won’t have to switch back between the two. So whatever chatter happens on Twitter, can be directly linked to the content you’ve written. Chirrup makes this...

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