WhatRuns is a free technology lookup tool for developers, designers and salespeople to discover the technologies used on any website. Also available as a free plugin for browsers.
Record, comment, and share your voice on the first app that connects people through dynamic conversations
Step into the past with this unique platform that provides access to a vast collection of historical maps from libraries worldwide. It's like a time machine, but instead of flux capacitors, you get beautifully detailed cartography. Looking for a Google Maps API alternative? Look…
If r/InternetIsBeautiful was a newsletter... Discover the most interesting, useful and awesome websites from the depths of the internet.
🌃 Tired of Bright City Nights? Meet DarkHotels - your ultimate guide to finding hotels and Airbnbs away from the blinding lights of the city. Discover accommodations that immerse you deep in nature, where the skies are clearer, and the stars shine brighter.
The future of the car lies in the interface that people interact with, so Auto Interfaces was created to share the state of the industry. We built this tool for the curious; to show what's happening on the forefront of the modern in-car digital interaction.
There's An AI For That is a comprehensive AI tracker built with ease of use in mind. It tracks over 700 AIs across almost 100 categories and updates every day. Bookmark it to stay up to date with the latest advances in AI.
Count the number of lines in the text or paragraph with just one click. Include the blank lines in the count according to your need. This tool work on the base of the newline character.
Murmel is a social media aggregator. Like a careful dog buddy, it keeps an eye on your Twitter timeline and spots a handful of news, articles, and resources that it knows you would love reading. It then puts those together in a single, daily digest, so you can start your day ref…
A website that shines some light on what is being done behind the curtain. What legislation is being worked on by congress, what companies are lobbying on those legislations and what congressmen are trading on the companies being affected by legislation. Very good idea although …
A free, sovereign and GDPR-compliant recursive DNS resolver with a strong focus on security to protect the citizens and organizations of the European Union.
Welcome to NASA's Eyes, a way for you to learn about your home planet, our solar system, the universe beyond and the spacecraft exploring them.
This is a list of everything I've found useful in my journey of learning design, and an ongoing list of things I think you should read. Degreeless.Design is an opinionated take on teaching oneself digital design structured in the order you should learn. My end result of the #24H…
Discover the reasons behind the vertical growth of cities in Spain and the prevalence of apartment living. Explore the historical and architectural factors that have shaped Spain's urban landscape.
Explore live radio by rotating the globe. Over 8000 stations.
Get a hacker news digested at the frequency of your choice
Brickit helps to build new creations from your Lego bricks: 1. Scan your pile of bricks 2. Brickit will show you what you can build with them 3. Assemble ideas with the help of instructions 4. Find bricks by looking at their location in the pile
Daft Art is a platform for musicians, producers, bands, podcasters, and artists that allows them to create album and track cover artworks with AI and curated aesthetics.
Simply drop a Stable Diffusion image in this tool and it will tell you what prompt was likely used to generate that image. You can also drop a real image to figure out what prompt would likely generate it.
The antidote to judging a book by it's cover. Start reading the first pages and only then reveal the cover, the book and the author.