The Zuckerberg Files – is a digital archive of all public utterances of Facebook’s founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. It includes over 100 full-text transcripts and bibliographic data of all publicly-available content representing the voice and words of Zuckerberg, including blog posts, letters to shareholders, media interviews, public appearances and product presentations, and quotes in other sources.
Import.io – Turn any website into a table of data or an API in minutes without writing any code. Crawl websites, interact with search boxes and even map URL patterns for the ultimate control over your data – without code. Use the chrome extension to discover 1,000s of high quality APIs or request one and they will try to build it in 24 hours. Integrating the APIs is easy, whether it’s into Excel or iOS.
Sher.ly – is a workplace collaboration platform, where you can invite colleagues, and share large files. Everything is very fast and completely private from prying eyes. You can add and remove users with a single click, and it claims to be up to 20 times faster than any other cloud storage solution.
RiteTag – Well-chosen hashtags greatly increase discovery by searchers, tag-trackers and hashtag clickers. Which hashtags get the outcomes you need, though? RiteTag identifies Twitter hashtags that got results and leads you to use them more, continually refining your smart-tagging. Google+ and Facebook support is on the way as well.
Dragood – all of us have been in the situation where we have found great images on the web which we wanted to share on Facebook. But this involved saving the image to your computer, then uploading it to Facebook. Dragood aims to simplify that process by giving you a drag-and-drop interface which you can move the image onto, for it to appear on your Facebook wall. Other features are also offered.