- FeedCatch - RSS archiver by FeedShake.com
What is FeedCatch? It is a free service by FeedShake for archiving headlines in an RSS feed. Usually, RSS feeds give you a limited number of latest news, articles , links etc... When a new item is listed the oldest one is deleted from that feed. This is not a problem unless the webpage is updated too often. To make it easier to follow your feeds, you can use this service. Every item will stay in this feed forever or until you follow its link and/or it gets too old. There is a useful article about FeedCatch on ResearcBuzz.
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- FolderShare.com - sync files, sync folders, transfer files, share files, web download, access files anywhere
Keep important files at your fingertips - anywhere. All file changes are automatically synchronized between linked computers, so you are always accessing the latest documents, photos, music, and files.
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- Jetable.org - Home
To avoid spam, jetable.org provides you with a temporary email address. As soon as it is created, all the emails sent to this address are forwarded to your actual email address. Your antispam address will be deactivated after the lifespan you selected comes to its end.
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- One Click Blog Pinging Services - Alternatives to Pingomatic
Pinging lets dozens of services which specifically track and connect blogs to know you’ve updated so they can come check you out. I was using Pingomatic for several months, but maybe it has become so popular, that it many times does not connect for me or works very slow. So what are alternatives to Pingomatic?
- Pingoat - The stable of all pings
What in the world is Pingoat! ?<br> Pingoat is a service that pings or notifies a number of services that keep track of weblogs and publish them. By pinging, you let the services know that your blog has been updated and hence, they crawl and index your site, publishing your blog contents, thus increasing your blog's popularity.
Ping over fifty blog services instantly. Pingoat also has an XML-RPC server. Ping services like Technorati, newsgator,feedster..
and blog google ping sitemap traffic
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- TinyUrl vs. URL123 - Signal vs. Noise (by 37signals)
If you were to use URL123 instead of TinyUrl, you would be able to: * update a short link if the destination link changes, without breaking the short link * track how many clicks were made on each link * give your links nicknames so you remember what they link to! * customize your own subdomain [example - http://37signals.url123.com ] * customize your short extensions [example - http://37signals.url123.com/SalonArticle ]
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