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One Year Ago: Free US VPN, Earthquake Alerts, Movie Censorship and More

A selection of articles published between January 22 and January 28 of previous years.

1 Year Ago

  • Hostizzle: Free OpenVPN based VPN service with 100 GB monthly bandwidth. Servers are based on the US. Paid accounts start at $4 per month and includes 1TB of data transfer.
  • Get Earthquake Alerts Over SMS, Email, RSS, Twitter: Tens of different ways to keep track of get notified of earthquakes around you or anywhere on earth. Notification can be received over SMS, Twitter, and Email. iPhone and Android apps are also available.
  • AllVideoDownloader: A free software that can download videos from more than 280 websites including popular names such as YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Megavideo, Reuters, National Geographic, BBC, Spiked humor, break, college humor, crackle, i-am-bored, liveleak, msnbc, veoh, videojugg
  • Movie Censorship: A fascinating website that provides amazingly detailed comparisons between different versions of movie releases – theatrical release, DVD release, Director’s Cut, Unrated edition and releases in different languages. You can learn what extra has been added into the director’s cut, and find out about scenes which has been deleted from the movie.
  • Historic Aerial Photographs: An alternative to Google Earth’s historical imagery providing a large database of aerial photography dating back to the 1930s.

2 Years Ago

3 Years Ago

  • FileMenu Tools allows you to customize the context menu of Windows Explorer, as well as add a handful of utilities to perform operations on files and folders.
  • TaggedFrog: A free software that allows you to tag any files on your disk with keywords and access them through the familiar tag cloud you see everywhere on the web.
  • 21 places to swap used books and DVDs: A large number of places where you can exchange, trade or swap books and DVDs you no longer need, for a fresh one.

4 Years Ago


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