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  1. https://getstream.io/
    A SAAS API for building activity streams that supports features like follow, notifications, and so on. 3m events per month free.
  2. http://horizon.io/
    A web framework built by RethinkDB to connect frontend apps to a rethink backend. Interesting. I guess no GraphQL, so probably missed the boat.
  3. http://microsoft.github.io/code-push/
    Something like meteor's hot code reload, but generically abstracted. Apparently from Microsoft and open source, go figure!
  4. https://ontrapages.com/
    Free anding pages, up to 2.5k visits per month, or $15/month up to 25k visits. Looks basic but probably useful, and great for quick tests.
  5. https://www.compass.co/
    An ecommerce analytics tool. No pricing. Free "something", no credit card required.
  6. https://glew.io/
    Sucks data from Google Analytics + ecommerce tools to provide a cross tool view of your data. Multi channel ecommerce analytics.
  7. https://system76.com/
    Ubuntu powered laptops with crazy specs, up to 64GB of memory, multiple hard drives + multiple SSDs, massive graphics power, etc.
  8. http://devdocs.io/
    It's like Dash but it's in your browser and it's free, as in freedom, not just beer. BOOYA!
  9. https://github.com/mattkrick/meatier
    It's like meteor but meatier! A combination of rethinkdb, react, redux, and some other stuff to generate a comparable stack to meteor.
  10. https://github.com/jiahaog/nativefier
    Alternative to fluid, the web app builder for OSX. Easily package any web site inside an electron container. NPM package. Easy.
  11. https://www.dashlane.com/
    Expensive as hell password manager. $40/year if you want to share. Trash talks the competition, without naming names. Might be useful, hard to tell.
  12. http://embed.ly/display
    Another cloudinary alternative. Free for 25k per month, then $9 a month.
  13. https://github.com/tholman/intense-images
    Nice full screen image module for javascript, with no external dependencies. Creates a pleasant scroll around with your mouse full screen pop up.
  14. https://www.imgix.com/
    Alternative to cloudinary with strictly on demand pricing, $3 per 1k images used (per month) plus 8c per GB of bandwidth. Exceptionally reasonable bandwidth charges...
  15. http://www.visme.co/
    Online tool for creating infographics and presentation graphics. Could be useful.
  16. https://www.canva.com/
    Software to let non designers make designs. Some stuff is free, premium assets are $1 per use, or their "pro" version is $10/month.
  17. https://jell.com/
    A daily standup tool for teams. Free or $4/month (paid annually). Asks 3 simple questions, what did you do yesterday, what will you do today, what's blocking you. Virtual standups. Nice idea.
  18. https://askwonder.com/
    Ask any question, get a researched answer, $30 per question. Genius.
  19. https://updown.io/
    New alternative to pingdom with super low pricing on a per check basis and some neat integrations. Looks good. Hat tip Mikael.
  20. http://www.schubladenvertrag.com/
    Great deals on German phone contracts. Check the details and the small print carefully...
  21. https://qbox.io
    An elastic search as a service provider with support for Frankfurt and Ireland, $25/mth per GB of memory. Looks like the cheapest, and one of the few in Frankfurt.
  22. http://startupr.com/
    A company formation company. Includes details of various jurisdictions, and was recommended for Hong Kong setup (required in person trip to bank to open account).
  23. https://www.mindmeister.com/#all
    An online mind mapping tool with a solid interface, and up to 3 mind maps for free, including some sharing capability. Made in Munich.
  24. http://your-freedom.net/index.php?id=account
    A VPN provider with a free option that offers 2 hours/day, total 5 hours/week free. Then some cheap (crap) plans and reasonable from €10/month. Expensive.
  25. http://wwwizer.com/naked-domain-redirect
    Free service, point the A record of any domain to 174.129.25.170 and they'll return a 301 to the www. version of the domain. Genius. Handy.

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