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Roadtrippers

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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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Dev Center connects Nigerian developers and designers

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Dev Center is a social media network created to "solve the visibility problem with Nigerian devs/designers. Everybody works in isolation and we don't know each other." Connecting in a local ecosystem is a great way to collaborate, get funding and share projects - a concept that's not only great for Nigeria, but for the whole world.


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Omive

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Omive helps you find movies and TV shows, allowing you to search by different categories including genre, rating, actors, year, directors, keywords, and where you can stream it.


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Share weather with Patch of Sky lights

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Patch of Sky is a set of three Internet connected lights that share your weather in real-time with loved ones by changing color and patterns. This is a beautiful way to keep in touch, especially considering how many conversations with my family consist of talking about the weather.

How it works: "Each object gathers weather information based on your current Facebook location and displays it with colored light animations."


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Daily Show book list

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I watch the Daily Show, well, just about daily. And I often see an author or artist interviewed, and think "Man, I really want to read/watch/experience that." I was trying to find a particular book I'd seen featured a few weeks ago, and a very simple Google search revealed dailyshowbooklist.com

And while it's not the most beautiful site ever, it does have the information I need, with much less scrolling around on Comedy Central's website.






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