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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. https://boxopus.com/
    Web based torrent client, pricing starts from $1.50 for 7 days, $15 for 3 months, or $50 for a year.
  4. https://fuge.it/
    Cloud torrent with a free plan, maybe one off limit, and up to 1GB per day with ads. Plans start from $3/mth.
  5. https://bitport.io/
    Cloud torrent downloader that really does have a free package. Then it starts from $5/month.
  6. https://offcloud.com/
    Download torrents and so on via their online app. Some limited free usage.
  7. https://ironsocket.com
    VPN for $7/mth or $50/yr, includes access from 3 IPs simultaneously, plus SOCKS5 and other geek friendly shit. Great privacy policy, accepts bitcoin.
  8. http://l.gosimpletax.com/zen/
    Automated UK tax advisory service. Helps file tax returns for self employed, or Ltd companies, and submits the data to HMRC.
  9. https://chatra.io/
    Live chat software built on meteor. Hosted application. Free up to 5 agents, or $12/mth per agent for pro.
  10. http://deploybot.com/
    Pretty slick looking deployment service. Automated or manual. Free for 1 repo, $15/month for 10 repos. Was dploy.io, now rebranded.
  11. http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/lucid/man1/privbind.1.html
    privbind runs an application as an unprivileged user after binding it to a privileged port. Great for running node on 80 for example...
  12. http://samy.pl/pwnat/
    A rather interesting little tool for double nat traversal, uses some clever ICMP response / hacks. Smart.
  13. https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel/
    Adobe's colour wheel tool. Great for creating combinations of colours that work well together, palettes and such.
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  14. http://paletton.com/
    Useful colour palette tool. Creates various colour combinations from a single input colour.
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  15. https://haraka.github.io/
    A modern, high performance, flexible SMTP server. Built with node.js, highly customisable, advertises significant scalability.
  16. http://www.noah.org/wiki/Single_User_Mode
    Very helpful article that explains how to reboot 14.04 into single user mode even if it asks for a password. Trick is to add `init=/bin/bash` to the kernel line in grub. Booya.
  17. http://baristahustle.com/coffee-extraction-and-how-to-taste-it/
    Great article describing the varying tastes of over or under (and perfectly) extracted coffee. Includes a nice summary drawing.
  18. https://freedom-to-tinker.com/blog/stevenag/threshold-signatures-for-bitcoin-wallets-are-finally-here/
    A new threshold signature scheme and working implementations with MultiBit + custom android cosigner. Very interesting.
  19. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23324442/is-there-a-way-to-send-funds-from-a-specific-bitcoin-address-in-a-wallet/23401385#23401385
    How to spend a specific output in bitcoind. Useful for emptying specific testnet addresses / transactions.
  20. http://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/7603/can-a-single-transaction-have-multiple-outputs-going-to-the-same-address
    Crazy as it may seem, a single bitcoin transaction can have multiple outputs which pay to the same address, script, pubkey, etc.
  21. http://www.getneema.com/
    Money on your smartphone.
  22. https://www.dwolla.com/
    US focused money sending service, free < $10 and 25c above.
  23. http://www.108.bz/posts/it/conditional-address-rewriting-with-postfix/
    This probably contains the logic necessary to implement mailgate. Maybe, but maybe not.
  24. https://pagekite.net/
    Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
  25. https://ngrok.com/
    Pretty slick looking tunnels to localhost, seems to log the requests so they can be replayed, etc. More feature rich than localtunnel, but requires some weird install / download, has a paid version, and probably isn't open source.

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