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The Hipstery – a Unique Mystery T-Shirt Store

I don´t know about you, but I enjoy online shopping. It´s easy, it´s convenient, it saves plenty of time. If you consider this kind of shopping boring, you might want to check out the very unique and a crazy Hipstery T-shirt store. When shopping at Hipstery, you don´t know what kind of T-shirt you´ll end up with. Sounds strange, but it´s cool. I tried it…

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Multicolr Search Lab

When looking for nice photographs you are likely to search for images related to a specific topic. Today, I would like to introduce you to an online tool that allows you to filter more than 10 million Flickr images according to the colors you prefer. It´s great, check it out.

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LinkCloud v2 – bookmarking at its best

Do you use bookmarking services when sufring the net? Well, I used to have plenty of folders full of sub- and sub-sub-folders with long lists of links I wanted to archive and use. It took me quite a while to open certain links even though I consider myself well-organized. Luckily, I had the chance to check out LinkCloud, a free, visual, interactive, anonymous, device- and browser-independent bookmarking service. I haven´t been using any other service ever since. See for yourself.

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Helpful online tools…isitold.com and trippy.com

With an average time of 35 hours (US citizens, 2010) spent on the web within a month, more than 2 billion internet users worldwide and the same number of videos watched on YouTube per day, there is no doubt that the internet is the fastest growing medium. In 2010, 250 million people joined the social network Facebook, 100 million new accounts were added on Twitter and more than 3000 pictures per minute were uploaded on Flickr. I am sure hardly anyone of you could imagine life without the worldwide web. Nevertheless, with an estimated 50 billion webpages according to Google´s index in December 2011, there´s not only great sites around. Here are some online services I consider helpful…