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Our Favorite Websites
This page lists some of our long-time favorite websites -- sites we couldn't live without and sites that have been true friends to DonationCoder.com.
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Still dreaming of your own personal robot?Still dreaming of your own personal robot? Technology isn't there yet, but you can have a personal computer robot to save you time and serve your whims. Another benefit of FARR -- one that makes it different from SlickRun and other favorites--is that it comes from a developer at donationcoder.com, an active site for software developers. The forums there are lively, but not too busy to keep up with. Browse through the Farr Add-ons forum to unearth old standby plug-ins and discover new ones just as they post.
Our Favorite Websites
This page collects short descriptions of some of our favorite websites. It's our way of saying thanks to the sites we have come to love.
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There are a ton of websites competing to offer you a daily helping of new and unusual discoveries on the internet, but few can hold a candle to BoingBoing, which sets the standard for coming up with new interesting items every day that you won't find anywhere else.
BoingBoing is short on business, law, politics, and slapstick humor -- and instead focuses on under-appreciated artists and creators, and on bringing the obscure to the public.
Visit Site: http://boingboing.net
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