Slow Feeds – singles out your low-volume RSS subscriptions, so you don’t have to. Low volume feeds won’t be drowned out by the river of news. You will see your leisurely blogging friends monthly post in Slow Feeds. To let you go even further into the not-worrying-about-subscriptions zone, Slow Feeds ignores all folders and tags completely.
Face It – is Windows and Mac software that enables you to browse Facebook using Oculus Rift. Scroll Facebook with your face. The site claims that “friends are more real in 3D”. The Rift is an upcoming virtual reality head-mounted display, being developed by Oculus VR, a division of Facebook. The consumer version of the product is expected to become available in late 2014 or early 2015.
Reme.io – is the fastest way to create email reminders. You just need to use @ for the date and time, such as “pay rent today @tomorrow 6pm” and “get ready for the concert @june 6 14:00”. Then just enter the date and time you want to be reminded, and the email address the reminder should be sent to. Add any other recipients and save.
Unblk – at the moment, everyone’s main priority when going online is privacy. So things like virtual private networks and proxies are becoming extremely popular. Unblk is one such service which can help. Using the service, you can become anonymous on the Internet, unblock sites that are blocked in your country, and encrypt webpages that you are planning to visit.
Maplace – is a new way to promote yourself. Choose any free Maplace on the map anywhere in the world, be visible to other people, using your own photo or logo. Choose a place somehow connected to your life, such as a street, your home, or the gym. If you are thinking of expanding to other countries, get your Maplace there.