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5 short links for today #28

1. openWYSIWYG is a free cross-browser WYSIWYG editor that's packed with every rich-text editing feature you will want for your web applications and web forms.

2. FeedBooks is a place to discover thousands of public domain books and original books from new authors that you can read on any mobile device. You can also use FeedBooks’ publishing service to turn your book into a high quality e-book.

3. DVDLater tells you which movies are currently playing on theatres and which movies are going to be released in coming weeks. You can then add any movie to your Netflix queue and once these are released to DVD, they will be on the way.

4. HassleMe is a reminder service that keeps nagging you via email until you finish the job you know you should be doing.

5. ReadWriteWeb’s Facebook fail: RWW recently covered a story about Facebook login. That story turned up as the first result on Google for the keyword “Facebook login”. Now you won’t believe what happened next: Facebook users from Google came flocking in to the blog post looking to login to Facebook, and thought that Facebook had a redesign. They left angry comments all over. It’s hilarious.

I knew Internet users are dumb, but this dumb? No wonder, so many fall into phising scams.


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