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YourNextFilm.com – Find Cool Movies To Watch

As its name suggest, Your Next Film is nothing but a recommendation engine for movies. By giving this site a try you will surely be able to find something to watch on these long winter nights that lie ahead. Searches can be launched in a lot of ways. You can type the name of the director or the actor that you love best, or you can specify the kind of genre that you are more partial to. Alternatively, you can check any of the Top lists...

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PublicStuff.com – Get Things Fixed Where You Live

Getting things fixed where we live involves making so many calls and dealing with so many people (who often seem just not to care) that there comes a point we just give up. The sheer bureaucracy of it all breaks our spirits, and as we see potholes and dilapidated buildings while walking down the streets of our cities we stop caring any longer. That is truly unfortunate, as that dejected attitude is not only affecting the place we live...

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Jummpp.in – Share Your Ideas With The World

Jummp.in is a new (and unique) resource that will let you set down all your fly-by ideas. The objective of the site is to become a spot where these are centralized and shared, and people become motivated to do things they might not do otherwise. The way the site works, you will be able to post something along the lines of “Let’s go watch a movie” and learn which friends are up for it. You will work out the details (IE, which movie to...

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WhatDoYouSuggest.net – Search Online With A Difference

What Do You Suggest is a new language experiment that aims to use data from Google in order to recommend things that users could enjoy doing, based on the keyword(s) that they have suggested at the start of the process. For example, if you type in “England Travel” on the provided search box you will be presented with relevant concepts in the shape of branches that come out of the search string. In this particular case, I was presented...

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Vidque.com – Like YouTube But More Personalized

The aim of this new portal is to provide its visitors with “Videos worth watching”. That is a direct reaction to sites like YouTube in which the sheer amount of files that are uploaded means it is not possible to tell what’s good from what’s bad and what’s ugly at a mere glance – rather, each individual video has to be watched and (more or less) digested. I said “more or less” because in many cases a couple of seconds are enough...

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