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  1. One of the UKs largest retailers of tools.
    27-11-2017 to , ,
  2. A flashcard app that runs everywhere and (compellingly) claims to be good.
  3. Landing page builder, starts at $37/month. Hot on the heels of unbounce.
  4. Platform that tries to rate what tools companies are using. Looks interesting, has slack, trello, GitHub, Google Analytics on the homepage. Could be useful for discovering new stuff. Maybe useful as a marketing platform.
  5. Generate a PNG from any font awesome (and some other) icons. Super useful wee utility.
  6. 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.
  7. Paid localhost tunnelling option. Has some kind of free option I think, but also has paid plans. Probably pretty slick, haven't tried it.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. A pretty full on web whiteboard app. Supports different colours and sizes and stuff, but is a little bit limited as it only has post it notes of varying colours. Not perfect, but useful...
  11. Online whiteboard tool with a little sophistication. Allows links, sub boards, and other stuff, some only on paid plans.
  12. Very cool online whiteboard app. Dead simple, free, easy to collaborate, sort of like a visual priate pad.
  13. Phenomenal list of API tools. Extremely useful. Includes all kinds of stuff, from localhost tunnelling to postman, curl alternatives, and more.
  14. Awesome portable, electric vaporisers. $200 or $250. Very slick.
  15. Exposes additional preference settings for OSX allowing things like sloppy focus (activate window on mouseover) and probably other cool stuff. Must have.
  16. Good wee article on lifehacker hilghlighting 10 underrated mac apps worth having. A few are free, and some seem worth checking out.
  17. Simple clipboard buffer (keeps a clipboard history). Not quite select / middle click, but a step in the right direction.
  18. 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.
  19. Handy little app to check a url's pagerank.
  20. Neat survey tool which is apparently free. Might have ads, didn't notice (adblockplus).
  21. An HTML entity lookup service. Type in part of the name or character and it'll show you the options. Useful.
  22. An article on tuning vim to be more like Texmate (proprietary mac text editor). Discusses code completion, plugins, and a few other cool tips.
  23. A post on pimping Gedit to make is something like Textmate (proprietary mac editor). Includes tips on some useful plugins and how to tweak settings. Worth checking out.
  24. An overview of various editors for Ubuntu Dapper, focusing on Ruby on Rails compatibility. Each editor is covered in a little detail with enough information to get a flavour of it. Useful.

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