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Maps of the world from 3000BCE to present

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Can't exactly remember the layout of eastern Europe around the fall of the Soviet Union? A bit rusty on your geographical knowldege of Mesopotamia?  Worry not, for has a map for any era you could possibly want.

GeaCron lets you search in certain areas or specific cities throughout history and all over the globe. It also displays historical battles and areas that were contested. You can move through time by year, decade, or century and watch, or choose a specific year.


NeonMob: Discover digital art

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For seasoned digital art collectors or those looking to start collections of their own, NeonMob is the perfect place to start. 

Get started with a free collection pack and continue to get freebies every day. Trade and share with others and maybe even get lucky and get exclusive rare prints not available anywhere else! 


Let the best name win

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Need help coming up with a name for your new [insert business venture here]?

Try BootName, why not? Write a brief summary of what your business or website or whatever is about and let the community share suggestions. And if the hivemind lets you down, there's not pressure to use the name, since the whole thing is anonymous.


Create collaborative playlists with Playlistful

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Tired of fighting over who gets to control the party playlist? Well squabble no more! Playlistful lets users create their own mobile playlists, and then picks fairly between all of them, drawing from YouTube.

How it works:

  1. Set up a computer to your sound system.
  2. Go to and click "Start a party."
  3. Send your friends the link and have them create song lists on their mobile devices.
  4. Party.

Of course, Playlistful can't do anything about that one guy that always wants to play Wonderwall.


Program your world with Arduino

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Arduino is a programming platform that allows anyone from a professional programmer to a DIY hobbyist to play around with electronics and make your world more interactive.

According to the website, Arduino is a “an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects.” According to me, this is the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. And I spend hours a week hunting for cool stuff on the Internet.



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Summer may be winding down, but that doesn't mean you can't keep on dreaming about that road trip. With Roadtrippers, you can plan a route, find accommodations, explore attractions along the way and take detours. It also allows you to add different stops and destinations along the way, choose dates for different legs of your trip, and it even has a calculator that estimates how much gas will cost.

It has an international feature, but it seems like the data is primarily geared toward road trips in the US and Canada.

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