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the coolest web services you have seen

chris coleman
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Here is a question for the authors Robert Ramesh and Rima. (Others are welcome to respond.)
When you think about the coolest web services you have ever seen... how would describe them exactly?


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Ramesh Nagappan
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Originally posted by chris coleman:
Here is a question for the authors Robert Ramesh and Rima. (Others are welcome to respond.)
When you think about the coolest web services you have ever seen... how would describe them exactly?


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