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(via Lifehacker)

Renthop Scores Nearby Apartments for Rent, Helps You Find the Best

If you’re looking for a new place to live, it’s one thing to sift through a bunch of listings and decide what looks good, and another to organize them in order of which you like or are overall better candidates. Renthop is a new service that does the latter for you, automatically.

Renthop used to be New York City only (and yes, their homepage still says "New York Apartments,") but the service has just finished a nationwide rollout. Just type in your zip code, and you’ll see listings in your neighborhood that are available to rent. By default,… Continue reading

(via TechCrunch)

French startup Capitaine Train wants to improve the cumbersome process of booking train tickets online and on your phone. It’s not yet another travel agency, it’s an alternative to popular European ticket booking services with an emphasis on efficiency. “We want our clients to leave the site as soon as possible,” co-founder and CEO Jean-Daniel […]

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