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PC MAG’s Top 99 Undiscovered Websites September 9, 2006

Posted by ionicflux in Computer/IT.

PC Mag just released their list of the Top 99 Undiscovered Websites. Click here to see the complete list.

ajaxWrite ajaxWrite
By Kyle Monson
It’s a Web-based word processor that’s free and that works (but only in Firefox).


Concise Freeware
ConciseFreewareBy Kyle Monson
If you’re on the prowl for software, especially the kind you don’t have to pay for, check out Concise Freeware, with its enormous collection of Firefox plug-ins, old PC games, and utilities.


Getjar GetJar
By Jennifer L. DeLeo
The best things in the mobile world are free! Well, at least on GetJar.com. Browse or search the site’s list of free software by title, device, or platform. We found the Pocket Oxford English Dictionary for Java and Arcade Park for Palm. Add your reviews or become a beta tester. And if you think your phone’s too old or cheap to run cool apps, you might be surprised by what’s out there. One note of caution: Some parts of the site may not be safe for work, as the site hawks mobile porn apps alongside all-ages fare.


By Kyle Monson
It’s fast, free, and secure. This DNS service offers speedier browsing (via smart caching and geographic distribution) and protection from phishing sites. The service will even correct typos that you punch into your browser—you didn’t really want to go to http://www.googe.com, did you?


The PocketMod PocketMod
By Jennifer L. DeLeo
It’s affordable enough for anyone to buy, small enough to fit in your pocket, and it holds all the data you need to get you through your day, including shopping lists, checkbook, and calendar. See what the PocketMod can do to improve your life.




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