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- Ransomizr creates a randomly generated font from single-letter Flickr images and allows you to immediately compose and save ransom-letter-style notes.
- opsdo has two goals - to allow people to search many information sources which mainstream search engines do not cover well and to allow people to search groups of such sources -- e.g. RottenTomatoes...
- Fun way to turn Creative Commons licensed pictures from Flickr into digital postcards.
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