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Peer to Peer banking

If you are tired of the high interests of borrowing money or if you are not happy with the return on your investments or savings accounts then you should consider borrowing money directly to people who has money to lend or lend it to people who need it. This is peer to peer banking. Both […]

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Share the ride

I wanted to share with you a website that will help you fill your car and get paid: http://www.zimride.com/  

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This is why I am broke….

If you’re a geek, like me, you can spend hours (and a fortune) on this site http://www.thisiswhyimbroke.com/

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insync: it is ok to break up with dropbox

I heard about insync on twitter not too long ago. It caught my attention the fact they sell themselves as a Dropbox killer, I had to try. Insync (http://insynchq.com) is, like Dropbox, a little program you can install in a mac or pc even if you are not an admin (which for my work laptop […]

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Rome2Rio, a Vehicle-Agnostic Travel Site, Launches

A new travel site called Rome2Rio launches today, the brainchild of two ex-Microsoftemployees, Michael Cameron and Bernard Tschirren. The site’s main innovation? It’s vehicle agnostic, in a way–you tell it you want to go from A to B, and it’ll tell you what combination of car, plane, train, or ferry you need to take. In that […]

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Amazon MP3: Cloud Drive and Cloud Player

Amazon launched Amazon mp3 cloud drive and cloud player, for the US. You can shop 15 million songs and find bestselling albums from $7.99 every day.  You can explore new releases and find fresh deals daily. You can download a cloud player and start having fun, or just use the web.  

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Create stories using social media

There are several tools where you just enter a twitter handle and you can create a story or news hub. We have storify (beta) that turns what people post on social media into stories.  Collect the best photos, video, tweets and more to publish them as simple, beautiful stories that can be embedded anywhere. There is […]

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What’s next in location? Real time tracking? Glympse

I have written several times about Foursquare, Gowalla, and all this check in apps that are more like games and that I find myself using less and less. At the end of the day if I choose to communicate my position I would do it in two ways: Using Facebook places to let my friends […]

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Hour.ly Lets Employers Interview Potential Temp Hires With Browser Based Video Chat

Hour.ly, a New York City startup that matches temporary job seekers and freelancers with prospective gigs and employers online, unveiled two new features and partnerships on Tuesday with Trufina and Tinychat. Co-founded by Brooke and Lynn Dixon (Left to right, in image below), Hour.ly has been in pre-revenue, beta mode since September 2010. The bootstrapped […]

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Room 77

This website offers you a very cool service (in the US so far). Room 77 is a site (and iPhone app) that helps you choose the right room in a hotel. Normally you go online and book a room, and in the same hotel you could have very different room, one facing the sea, one […]

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Internet Archive Partners With 150 Libraries to Launch an E-Book Lending Program

The Internet Archive, in conjunction with 150 libraries, has rolled out a new 80,000 e-book lending collection today on OpenLibrary.org. This means that library patrons with an OpenLibrary account can check out any of these e-books. The hope is that this effort will help libraries make the move to digital book lending. “As readers go digital, so are our […]

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Lanyrd Keeps Your Conference Life On Track, Via Twitter

Lanyrd,  via Twitter, track event sessions and keep up with favorite speakers — at all stages in the conference lifecycle. Some newlywed couples work to produce an offspring on their honeymoon. Most don’t labor towards birthing a startup. But that’s exactly what British entrepreneurs Natalie Downe and Simon Willison did on their post-nuptial adventure. After […]

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today’s front pages of most newspapers

Newseum is a cool website that will allow you to see the front page of most of the newspapers published on paper.

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thesixtyone – Let the Listeners Decide

Record executives and radio DJs may have controlled what made it onto record store shelves in the past, but a web-app called thesixtyone is helping its users decide for themselves what they want to listen to now. With a goal of helping young artists get discovered, thesixtyone has created a way for music lovers to […]

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domai.nr

Most of the domain names are already taken. For the .com .net and .org, the first ones to appear, any combination of 6 or less characters is nearly gone… so you either buy in the resell market or you use one of the latest released such as .cc or .co or country base such .ly , .es […]

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