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eBuddy

eBuddy 1

eBuddy is a web application that enables you to chat with your MSN, AOL and Yahoo buddies without having to install any program or Java applet. To use the web version of eBuddy, all you need is a JavaScript enabled browser on your computer and it works...

VaporStream Stream Messaging is a secure and private electronic communications system for confidential and recordless messaging. Separate your private conversations that are not meant to be released publicly from business records that require saving and...

Tangler

Tangler 1.0

Right now, anyone can come into Tangler and find something to talk about and someone to talk about it with. There are lots of groups ranging from gadgets to travel. Each group in Tangler is a casual collection of people who are interested in a particular...

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DailyLit

DailyLit 1.0

DailyLit sends books in installments via E-mail. DailyLit currently offers over 400 classic public domain titles that can be subscribed to and read in their entirety for free. Popular titles include The Art of War by Sun Tzu and Pride and Prejudice by...

Corlive.com allows you to create a personal contact form which you can use instead of publishing your e-mail address. Corlive.com works by giving you a link like http://corlive.com/JohnSmith, whenever anyone clicks on it - they are taken to your personal...

DirectIQ

DirectIQ 1.0

With DirectIQ's rich features and intuitive user interface, you can easily load e-mail contacts, pick a template, and send out e-mail campaigns in just a matter of minutes. Already helping 10,000+ businesses communicate with their customers, we have all...

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Campfire

Campfire 1.0

Campfire is a Web-based group chat tool that lets you set up password-protected chat rooms in just seconds. Invite a client, colleague, or vendor to chat, collaborate, and make decisions. Set up a room on your intranet for internal...

Gabbly

Gabbly 1

Gabbly is a new application that embeds a chat window in any Web page. It is based on Web proxying and iframes: You think you're looking at the target Web site like google.com but you're actually looking at gabbly.com with an iframe for...