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Find a free hotspot - link - uk listing on free-hotspot
This is a service from free-hotspots.com. If you have a wi-fi (wireless) enabled laptop or phone and want to find a free access point (hot-spot) try their search. Also see Fon listed below.
Royal Mail print your own postage - link
Run out of stamps? Don't want to run up to the post office, try the Royal Mails print your own postage service.
Google Bookmarks - google account required - link
Bookmark websites you find usefull to google bookmarks instead of your PC. This means if you ever want to visit a site again and can't remember the address (URL) simply log into google bookmarks and find it there!. This is also a handy Firefox add-on to allow you to add bookmarks to your google barmarks account from the menu.
Old Apps - link
Download older versions of many programs, usefull if you can not install the current version because it does not support your PC for some reason, e.g. if you have win98 or winME and the program will not run you could try the old version if its listed on this site.
MyFonts what the font? - link
seen a font you want to use but don't know the name of it? this site can help by scanning an image you give it to try to suggest the best match for the font.
Fon - a wireless access point for 35 euro's - link
Check this website for a community of free wireless hotspots you can use if you are also a fon member.
Buy a fon router for only 35 euro's and get free access where every you can find a fon hotspot.
Stumbleupon - link
This is a utility or toolbar to add to Firefox or Internet Explorer, you can stumble through sites recommended by other Humans rather than searching on google or yahoo etc and finding site of no interest. The idea is you register for an account which keeps track of what your interests are, then when you hit the stumble button in the new toolbar, you get random sites based on your areas of interest, which you know are more likely to be of interest as others have recommended them. You can also recommend new sites, and add them to your own stumbleupon blog as a kind of set of bookmarks.