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  5. netvibes.com

    netvibes.com is vary similar to igoogle and would be a great replacement

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  7. MyYahoo

    Build/allow the gadget on MyYahoo. MyYahoo is comparable to iGoogle (even though fewer gadgets available). I've been successful in getting a fair number of iGoogle RSS feeds/gadgets to MyYahoo and hope to use it in place of iGoogle.

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  9. web page, plus copy-pasteable web code for services like ProtoPage or StartPage

    I agree that putting the functionality of the iGoogle US Weather Radar gadget on a web page of its own would work well. I'm not sure the developer would want to maintain that, but seems like a good way to draw traffic to the developer's own site. But, for folks looking to replace iGoogle and not just this weather gadget, the more popular iGoogle-like services allow pasting web code or adding widgets or gadgets developed for their sites. The code you can get from wunderground and so on adds very limited weather "stickers". I'm trying ProtoPage and I've gotten all…

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  10. Offer a web page with the similar functionality like the iGoogle US Weather Radar

    The idea is a (small) webpage which can be potentially opened as separate window which has the similar functionality like the iGoogle US Weather Radar (http://www.google.com/ig/directory?hl=en&type=gadgets&url=gmapsflighttracker.com/weather/radar/weather-radar.xml)

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