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  1. Useful concept on how to document architecture decisions in software projects.
  2. A GitHub clone built in go that you run offline, 100% free & open source.
  3. Remote mac servers. Mac minis start from $69/month with 24 hour free trial, instant activation.
  4. A SAAS API for building activity streams that supports features like follow, notifications, and so on. 3m events per month free.
  5. A web framework built by RethinkDB to connect frontend apps to a rethink backend. Interesting. I guess no GraphQL, so probably missed the boat.
  6. Something like meteor's hot code reload, but generically abstracted. Apparently from Microsoft and open source, go figure!
  7. It's like Dash but it's in your browser and it's free, as in freedom, not just beer. BOOYA!
  8. New alternative to pingdom with super low pricing on a per check basis and some neat integrations. Looks good. Hat tip Mikael.
  9. Pretty slick looking deployment service. Automated or manual. Free for 1 repo, $15/month for 10 repos. Was dploy.io, now rebranded.
  10. Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
  11. 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.
  12. Genius. Npm install it `npm install -g localtunnel` then run `lt --port 8080` and it spits out an HTTPS url which will forward to localhost:8080. Free and incredibly useful.
  13. Automatic code review, including security and style, linked to GitHub. Nice.
  14. Appears to be a simple CRM tool with mobile apps and Gmail integration. Free plan for up to 2 users, limited space, or £8/user/month + VAT.
  15. AWESOME! Well, as #awesome as windows / IE can get. Download virtualbox (or other) images of IE6-11 / Windows for testing. Licensed, legal, and everything!
  16. Alternative to Caffeine which appears to be a bit more involved, potentially more powerful, but certainly more complex.
  17. Great little (free, beer) app for OSX that shows detailed battery information.
  18. $5 app for OSX that pops up the iOS style cut copy paste options above any selected text. Supports an MIT licensed extension system. Might support auto-copying, if not, probably easy enough with an extension.
  19. Install this, prey, on phone (and laptop?). It's remote wipe, track, etc software, and it's free up to 3 devices apparently.
  20. Simple clipboard buffer (keeps a clipboard history). Not quite select / middle click, but a step in the right direction.
  21. A must have mouse customisation app for OSX which is free (as in beer?). Includes awesomeness like snap windows to positions and other genius. Looks outstandingly useful.
  22. MapForce software that converts all sorts of plain text data files into KML or other mapping formats. Includes a feature to generate royalty-free executables that re-run the conversion process, interesting. Expensive.
  23. A web based proxy script powered by PHP and curl, not free, released under a proprietary license, removing the "powered by glype" link costs money. Free as in beer.
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  24. A whopping 900 map icons, released under the GPLv3. Colour coded, categorised, and all sorts.
  25. How to install Nokia's internet radio application on the E52, E55 and E72. Reports that it works.

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