Privatize – Twitter is a very effective communications platform but sometimes there is no way to send a private message. Twitter’s existing private messaging requires that both recipients are following one another. Privatize is a way to tweet someone a private link and anyone else will be told that the link isn’t for them. But will the other person click on it? That’s the question.
ClassDo – is an educational start-up founded by a group of technology professionals who believe in the transformative power of the internet in education and in bringing together people from across the world for the exchange of knowledge, culture and understanding. They have developed a simple platform to connect teachers and students worldwide and to conduct such classes easily.
Screenmailer – is a Mac OSX app that records the screen and your voice, when you want to do screencasts. Once it has been completed, you can share the resulting video file via a private link. Everything is recorded in high resolution, and what’s more, recipients can stream your video online – no download required. This makes it very convenient for people to watch.
Swapfu – is a platform for trading used video games. When you have bought a $60 game and played it, it can be difficult to sell it for a reasonable amount of money. So instead of accepting a smaller amount and making a huge loss, Swapfu gives you the option of trading the game with another of equal value. Then just keep trading it one after another. It’s free to use.
Voralent – when you take fantastic photos with your camera, the resulting file can end up with a huge size, and therefore a big part of your hard-drive. Voralent is simple free software which rewrites and optimizes JPEG and PNG files to reduce their size, without losing any image quality. It will be difficult to see the difference, except in size.