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Webscape on city re-design and online ID protection

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Kate Russell gives her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.

THEHARMONYGUY (http://theharmonyguy.com)
http://theharmonyguy.com

Theharmonyguy is packed full of great articles and tips to help net users protect their identities on social networking sites.

It is worth adding this site to a RSS feed or to "follow" on Twitter, as they issue alerts promptly when a new vulnerability or hack is exposed.

AROUNDME (www.tweakersoft.com/mobile/aroundme.html)
www.tweakersoft.com/mobile/aroundme.html

The AroundMe application for the iPhone and Android mobile phones uses mapping and GPS location data to highlight local points of interest.

A user looking for a cafe nearby just needs to point their phone's camera and wait for suggestions to pop up on the screen.

Once a destination is picked, the user can view directions on their handset and have them e-mailed or texted.

HAYESDAVIDSON (www.hayesdavidson.com/skyline)
www.hayesdavidson.com/skyline

At Hayes Davidson people are invited to re-design London's architecture and play around with the city's look.

An interactive tool lets users drag and drop global landmarks into the London skyline - your creations can be saved and e-mailed to friends.



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