Planleaf – promotes the idea of collaboration via email. How it works is very simple. Compose an email with anyone you want to assign or share tasks with. Then add firstname.lastname@example.org to the cc field. Finally, start each task with a dash (example “- Email John”). You will then get your tasklist in an email, with it all copied to the other recipients.
Flowkey – is an easy way to learn the piano. Flowkey is the first learning program that uses your microphone to monitor how you play and adjust to your playing tempo. This enables you to learn easier and faster than with any other tutorials or sheet music. Flowkey shows you exactly which key is being played by which finger. The service is free.
Tech Video Timeline – ITN is a British television news service which has been around for decades covering all the major news events as they happened. Now they have assembled these news reports into one easy timeline which you can view by moving the slider along to the year you want to see, and a video will start automatically.
Fake Name – generates a random fake name, address, username, password, and (usable) email address for use with online message boards, social media, or whatever else. fakena.me lets you save the random profile generated for 30 days so you can bookmark it and return. After 30 days, the profile is deleted. The idea is that, to improve online privacy, you should change your username and email address frequently.
Pixel Stickers – as the name says, is a site where you can order pixel stickers for your laptop, wall, or notebook. You can either buy a beginners kit of 700+ stickers to make your own, or you can browse the site and buy a pre-made one. All orders over $20 receive free shipping in the USA, and they are easy and quick to remove.