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May 2014

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Here's a place where you can do reverse phone number lookups - plus a lot more. It's a good resource for looking up information about area codes and phone numbers.

The reverse phone lookup allows you to see the name and address of phone numbers listed in the white pages of phone books throughout the US. For unlisted or cell phone numbers, they provide a convenient price comparison of popular services that allow you to search deeper for the owner of a phone number.

You can also use an area code lookup. This makes it easy to find an area code by number and gives detailed information including city/state along with time zone and area code maps. If you are looking for the area code for a particular city, you can search area codes by city using the area code finder.

For international numbers, they also include Canadian area codes and you can access a list of international dialing codes with instructions on how to dial foreign numbers or dial U.S./Canadian number while traveling internationally.

Lots of good stuff here.

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Some people even cuss after they send a file by e-mail and a few seconds later find that it bounced because the service provider has arbitrarily set a size limit on attachments they will accept. To make things worse, different providers set different limits - making it a crap shoot each time you send anything but a modest sized attachment.

These folks have created a very simple was to scoot abound this issue and send files of up to two gigabytes in size with confidence that they will be delivered to your recipient. Simply go to the online send form, enter the appropriate information and click.

This neat service is yours to use without cost.

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We hope that you have taken advantage of all those free "cloud" storage deals. The ones like Drop Box, iCloud, Google Drive, Box, Amazon Cloud etc. You can pile up 50 to 100 gigabytes of storage without cost, free up a ton of space on your hard drive and keep your storage files as close as a click.

The one problem with multiple cloud storage services has been solved. Now you don't need to switch between multiple cloud accounts to access your stuff. With this service you have all your files in the cloud at your fingertips. No need to worry about where you stored that picture or song. With the service, these nice people save you from switching between multiple cloud accounts. They provide a place where you can access all of your cloud stored files in one easy to use place that acts like your files are all in one big space.

There are expanded services available but the basic service is priced right - it's on the house with no need to register.

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Want to augment the applause when you wind up your talk at the Rotary Club? Or make your talk on the web sound like it was riotously appreciated by an audience at Carnegie Hall?

Here's a searchable place that allows you to search the web for just about any sound you can think of - including, of course, tumultuous applause. Need the roar of a tiger or lion? How about an accordion or xylophone (no bag pipes)? You could try a cash register and top that off with a pencil sharpener, teletype or typewriter.

The sounds in these audio files may be subject to copyright, however the people who serve these up claim that they remove any copyrighted files at the request of the copyright holder.
The list is almost endless. All you need to do is explore the lists and use your imagination.

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