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answered Any free online service which keeps track of all the passwords automatically?
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comment Google Books Library and Prices
Oh, I see. I don't know how to do that with Google Books. I am working on a similar project but I have found it easier to maintain the list of books as a list of ISBN's and to get pricing data programmatically from isbndb.com. You might also take a look at librarything.com if you haven't run across that yet.
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answered Google Books Library and Prices
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comment How to use Paypal to run a business?
Yeah, that's a good point.
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comment Are there any tricks to prevent last second losses on eBay?
.. but you do have to be willing to spend more than everyone else is, if you want to buy the item. The only way to know if you are willing to spend more or if someone else is willing to spend more is to bid your real maximum. You don't figure out the answer to the question "who wants this the most?", Ebay's system does.
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answered Transfer Money From AMEX to PayPal
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answered Where do house search web apps pull their data from?
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answered Random domain (and not just username) temporary email service
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comment Random domain (and not just username) temporary email service
Actually, some scammers use the practice of "domain tasting" (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_tasting )to register domains for up to 5 days without paying for them. There's probably not a lot of overlap between people who set up these 5-day domains and people who want to help you avoid spam. Actually, I suspect those people are the same people who want to spam you. So I don't think they're going to be offering free disposable webmail any time soon.
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