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- Consolidates different Web components for college students. Contains Google search, video and local search, local businesses, maps, news feeds, professor searches, local drink specials, and games.
- Great use of the Amazon toolkit by Jim Bumgardner to combine hundreds of similar Amazon product images merged into a single interactive page. You can buy from here or use his banners in your own site.
- Compares all 6 Amazon international stores, adds shipping to the user country, using user local currency, as updated daily using a webservice, and keeps a price evolution chart.
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