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- Make a Minyan allows members of a synagogue to be notified when short of the 10 men necessary to pray. Users subscribe to a minyan and can receive notifications via text message, email, or phone call...
- Using Google Translate (Text to Speech) and Facebook, Status Speak allows you to listen to all your friends' latest status updates for a given time period.
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Companies are creating plenty of content on the social web, but not much of it ends up back on their sites. A new aggregator for social media, news and others sources is trying to change that. The company behind the Yolink API created Postano, a tool set to launch today that will let anyone curate a real-time newspaper-like site using Facebook Pages and Twitter streams. The resulting content, tiled on the page with extracted visuals, is available from a standalone site for free or can be embedded for a monthly charge.
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