Ferro – is a Google Chrome extension that functions similarly to application launchers like Quicksilver, Launchy, and GNOME Do, but it can do much more than just open apps. Using only your keyboard, you can quickly open pages in your history or bookmarks, open extension options pages, and save your current tabs for opening later. You can also perform many other commands.
Silk – is a place to publish your collections. A Silk site lets you add structure to your information and gives you many ways to filter and visualize your content. Silk lets you create visualizations, maps and overviews. It works its magic by using the connected information from your fact sheets. It contains pages with numbers on prices, size or distances can create interactive charts that put all of your data in perspective.
Hush – is an extension to save webpages while private browsing. It runs only during private browsing and so doesn’t disrupt everyday work, but when you really need to bookmark your surprise party plans, et cetera, you can do so easily from the address bar. The next time you’re private browsing, it’s really easy to bring up pages you’ve bookmarked in the past.
Crazy Old Man Letters – allows you to automatically generate a complaint letter to a Fortune 1000 corporation as if it was written by a Crazy Old Man. Once you have created your letter and saved it on our site, you will be able to email it directly to the company’s customer service department and executive board, or you can print out a copy to mail it yourself. You may start over the process at anytime or generate as many letters as you would like.
– when you Mummify a webpage – a news article, blog post, photo or tweet, for example – we make a permanent copy and back it up in the cloud. We then give you a new URL. You then share the Mummified URL instead of the original one. As long as the original webpage remains live on the internet, the Mummified URL will point to the original webpage.