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Mar 2006
The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities
The 46 Best-ever Freeware Utilities
Listed below are 46 different freeware categories with my selection of the best products in each category. The list is ordered by program function rather than merit so you'll get the most out of it by browsing it at leisure. The pathologically impatient can consult the index.
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Gizoogle
Cool Gizoogle
Gizoogle is an awesome site that takes whatever uri you enter into it and converts its content to shiznit gangsta talk. Check out the AMSA website in Gizoogle . Pretty darn hillarious (I mean 'Blingin').
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Spring Generator
Spring Generator
Let MX-Tech help you determine the best springs to fit your motorcycle.
Simply select your type of riding and the manufacturer, year and model below to start.
http://www.mx-tech.com/index.php?id=spring_generator
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AIM Fight
Who is more popular, you or your friend... find out on Aim Fight (www.aimfight.com). Type in two screen names and see which one has more Kevin Bacon style connections. To quote: "Your score isn't an exact number of your third-degree connections. Rather, it shows how many connections you have relative to other AIM users."
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E-messenger.net
You may have noticed the AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) icon and status indicator on the AMSA 411 Blog. This informs viewers if I'm logged into AIM. Sometimes business' and/or network administrators may filter out this type of non-business traffic (for various reasons), thus making chat unavailable on your computer or if you're on barrowed system simply not installed. Well if this is a problem or you simply want to login to your AIM/Yahoo/MSN Chat, by all means go for it. More than likeily if you have such restrictioins on your network and you have Internet access, you can always use this tool: E-Messenger. This website redirects the otherwised blocked chat ports to the open Web browser (port:80 HTTP). Allowing Chat activity through this public Web page. Live it up chatter box, and drop me a buss sometime via: http://www.e-messenger.net/ .

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Another (late entry) similiar site named Meebo:
http://www13.meebo.com/
Port:80 Web Chat from anywhere....
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