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- Use the site to create a voodoo character and subject it to all kinds of fun. It is customizable, so you can make the character look like yourself. Then get the Voodoo Character on a t-shirt to share...
- Visitors can buy t-shirts, coffee mugs, bags, or stickers with their own mythical place and slogan. Site creates a made-up term, then lets users customize it with pre-selected slogans and graphics.
- Developed as an add-on to the search engine, Molu, enter a city and then view it mapped, along with Flickr photos, Wikipedia entries, weather, YouTube videos, and more about the location. Print the...
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