A site that aggregates, prettifies, and reposts SEC filings. Even has RSS feeds on a per-company basis.
A formal schema for representing a resume' or CV as a JSON document so that it's machine readable.
A curated list of books that will blow your mind.
A website dedicated to helping people navigate mazes of IVR systems to talk to a human operator.
A website detailing which candidates recieved how much money from whom, and when.
A wiki set up by the US Patent Office to better determine whether or not prior art or obviousness apply to patent applications. It would behoove everyone to glance at it occasionally.
Personal finance software written in Java. Thus, it'll run pretty much anywhere. It comes as a single .jar file, so you can drop it into an encrypted volume along with the data files, which I suggest that everyone do. These ARE your finances, after all.
A store that specializes in toys, gadgets, and tools imported from Japan.
An anonymous, peer-to-peer service for generating cryptographic coins for the purposes of buying things. Cryptocoins "minted" are based upon the amount of bandwidth and CPU time your systems donate to the Bitcoin network. Backed by what people think the coins are worth (just like cash money, come to think of it). Read the FAQ and the paper, it's pretty interesting.
LittleSis is a site and mapping engine that data mines contributions, payments, and influence between political figures, lobbyists, contributions, and the very wealthy. Good for finding out who owns which politician, or which ones to "invest" in.
Corporate douchebag newspeak goes in, sensible English comes out.
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