10at10to10 – Capture and report on those three simple events. What you did yesterday (Done), what you’re going to do today (Doing) and what’s stopping you getting stuff done (Blocker). The service is very Twitter-friendly. Fire off a Twitter Direct Message to @10at10to10 with the hashtag of #done and you’ll see it in your done list.
Unroll.me – identifies your subscription emails and neatly lists them for you. Do you remember signing up for that newsletter? Chances are, you’re drowning in unwanted email subscriptions. Unroll.me gives you the option to unsubscribe from junk emails right off the bat. Then you can easily combine your favorite subscriptions into a daily digest email.
Blockr.io – lives in the digital coins world, parsing transactions and blocks of coins to a human-readable form and presents them to users in a friendly and intuitive way. Users can use bookmarks for fast access to their addresses and are able to see their balances on each account. Interesting transactions and blocks can also be bookmarked, tweeted or posted on Facebook.
Unseen – Experience a totally new way to share and view images on your college campus. Unseen provides a live feed of photos taken at that very moment. Snap a photo, add a caption, and instantly share with others on campus, all while remaining nameless (no signups, no emails, no names). Upvote images you like, downvote those you don’t. Instantly share photos with those around you.
Mail Markup in Gmail – is a Chrome extension which enables you to preview an attachment without downloading it. You can annotate the attachment, add comments, add those comments directly into the email, and then send it back. All in all, a huge timesaver.