Nimbl – is changing the way you access cash. With only a few taps, registered users can request cash (up to $200) to be delivered to any location within their service area (see below). Depending on traffic conditions, runners will typically complete orders within 15-30 minutes. This service is currently only available for the San Francisco and New York area.
TakeItApart – is a place for the world to share photo-driven disassembly guides. It is a place to see how to take apart everyday things, and to find things to do once inside. It will void the warranties of devices, but in the process, you may learn a lot about how a device works internally. It can be a simple Zippo lighter or a complicated MacBook Air.
Mobu – lets you call international phones saving you money. You can make free calls to landline and mobile phones anywhere in the world with Mobu’s options to earn free call credit in the app. You can also call the world at really cheap international rates uploading some credit. You can try your 1st call for free with a welcome credit of $0.25 that allows a 25 minutes call to many countries.
Chrome Developer Tools Tips – Chrome is a popular browser but it is also popular with developers, due to the various things that Chrome is capable of doing. DevToolTips is a curated collection of developer tools, tips and tricks, updated at least once a week. The site owner invites anyone with their own tips and tricks to contribute.
IRMFT – life is full of experiences, both good and bad. I Remember My First Time (IRMFT) is a website which aims to collect the stories and recollections of these first times, from the first time you chugged beer, to the first car you bought, and yes to the first time you had sex. You can comment on each story, and you can randomly read stories by hitting a button.