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    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.
    Free service, point the A record of any domain to and they'll return a 301 to the www. version of the domain. Genius. Handy.
    Web based torrent client, pricing starts from $1.50 for 7 days, $15 for 3 months, or $50 for a year.
    Cloud torrent with a free plan, maybe one off limit, and up to 1GB per day with ads. Plans start from $3/mth.
    Cloud torrent downloader that really does have a free package. Then it starts from $5/month.
    Download torrents and so on via their online app. Some limited free usage.
    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.
    Automated UK tax advisory service. Helps file tax returns for self employed, or Ltd companies, and submits the data to HMRC.
    Live chat software built on meteor. Hosted application. Free up to 5 agents, or $12/mth per agent for pro.
    Pretty slick looking deployment service. Automated or manual. Free for 1 repo, $15/month for 10 repos. Was, now rebranded.
    privbind runs an application as an unprivileged user after binding it to a privileged port. Great for running node on 80 for example...
    A rather interesting little tool for double nat traversal, uses some clever ICMP response / hacks. Smart.
    Adobe's colour wheel tool. Great for creating combinations of colours that work well together, palettes and such.
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    Useful colour palette tool. Creates various colour combinations from a single input colour.
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    A modern, high performance, flexible SMTP server. Built with node.js, highly customisable, advertises significant scalability.
    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.
    Great article describing the varying tastes of over or under (and perfectly) extracted coffee. Includes a nice summary drawing.
    A new threshold signature scheme and working implementations with MultiBit + custom android cosigner. Very interesting.
    How to spend a specific output in bitcoind. Useful for emptying specific testnet addresses / transactions.
    Crazy as it may seem, a single bitcoin transaction can have multiple outputs which pay to the same address, script, pubkey, etc.
    Money on your smartphone.
    US focused money sending service, free < $10 and 25c above.
    This probably contains the logic necessary to implement mailgate. Maybe, but maybe not.
    Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
    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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