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- If it is 1 click 2 your destiny, will you face your fate? With 1click2destiny.com you get access to hundreds of top-rated links that were suggested and voted for by thousands of active online users....
- A Firefox extension for viewing Digg stories in Firefox sidebar in real time. Uses the Digg API to retrieve the data from Digg. The categories of stories, such as Popular and Upcoming can be chosen.
- A news aggregator that aggregates popular links from popular social networks. Newzupp continuously crawls through the social networks to pull out the latest stories. The home page is a mashup of such...
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