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Givmo.com – Give Away Unwanted Stuff

Why throw something away and clutter your city up when you could have it recycled, and given to a person who could use it instead? That is what this new site stands for. Givmo lets you post all your unwanted stuff online, so people who could use can see it and request you send it to them. No fees of any kind are charged, and each and every single item that is posted is going to be available for free. That is, you are not making a...

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Proxlet.com – Reduce Twitter Noise

If the noise on Twitter has become too much to handle, then an application like this one might as well be what you need in order to experience the micro-sharing service as it should be experienced. Named Proxlet, it will let you do everything from filtering certain hashtags and blocking unwanted apps to outright muting users that are getting on your nerves. Proxlet works with lots of different Twitter clients already. These include...

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GiveToMe.net – Give Unwanted Items Away

This is the one site you should visit if you have some unwanted items gathering dust in a corner, and you want to do something more productive with them than just throwing them away and making landfills in your city escalate. On this site, people who are in such a position are enabled to get in touch with individuals who could put their unneeded items to some good use or the other. By merely creating a post detailing what you want to...

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BlockACountry.com – Receive Only The Right Traffic

If you have a site or a blog, not every visit is necessarily a fruitful one. For example, getting visitors from a country where your products have no application is no good, and in nine out of ten cases the visits we receive from these counties equal spammy comments that we have to delete manually. And sometimes the ones who post the comments don’t post just one or two, they post up to twenty. I believe we all agree that preventing...

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CallCatalog.com – Share Caller Information

I don’t know about you, but I hate telemarketers. If you’re looking for a way to keep close watch on these pesky salesmen and women, you should check out Callcatalog. com. On this social network aimed at lowering the number of calls you get from telemarketers, you’ll be able to share the numbers of the people who have been calling you and tell the rest of the users what they wanted. This allows the site to create a very complete...

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