StreetScore – is a machine learning algorithm that predicts how safe the image of a street looks to a human observer. StreetScore is trained to predict perceived safety using a ‘training dataset’ consisting of 3,000 street views from New York and Boston and their rankings for perceived safety obtained from Place Pulse — a crowdsourced survey.
Blitzortung – is a world-wide, real-time, community based lightning detection and lightning location network with live lightning maps. By looking at the map of anywhere in the world, you can see where the lightning currently is. Just click on the desired continent and it will tell you how many strikes there have been, and in what time-frame.
Name Combiner – the problem with setting up online accounts, such as email addresses and web services, is that it is becoming more and more difficult to come up with unique nicknames. This is where Name Combiner comes in. Simply enter 2 or more names to be given a list of possible nicknames made out of the names you provided. And you get a lot to choose from.
NameGrep – is described on the site as a “domain name search for hackers”. To find relevant available domains, you must enter “regular expressions and curated sets”. You can use a regular expression to quickly search for all the available and unavailable domain names that match the pattern you provided, up to a limit of 15,000 unique domain names per each individual search.
Bounce.js – lets you create tasty CSS3 powered animations in no time. To give you an idea of what can be done, you can select from one of the presets already on the site, such as a clock or Road Runner. Alternatively you can enter your own components. When you are finished, you can get a short URL to your creation and / or download your CSS.