A free-to-use online video editor which runs entirely in your web browser. Create an account and off you go. Tries to be as simple as possible. Everything is done on the client side - nothing on the server side (which implies that it could be mirrored locally). Trim, splice, rework the audio, add stills, text. HD enabled.
High performance NLP models as a service. Pre-trained. You can upload and run your own spaCy models as well. Seems to be GPU accelerated on the back-end because they're an nVidia partner.
Named entity recognition, classification, summarization, question in context answering, sentiment analysis, part of speech tagging.
Free tier: All pre-trained models, 3 API requests per minute.
Starter tier: All pre-trained models, 15 requests per minute, $39us/month
A web application and an API which generates randomly generated pixel monsters in SVG format. It can be used to create profile pictures. Has a REST API: https://pixelencounter.com/Api
2 requests per second, 10000 requests per 30 days per IP address.
Upload an image and data that you'd like converted into a QR code, and the site will combine the two into a QR code that can also be read by a scanner. Animated images are possible by using this service to upload individual frames which can then be stitched back together into an animated .gif or .png.
For a price of a cinema ticket a month we offer a physical phone number. All your messages are encrypted with your personal key that we cannot access. Has a REST API you can send and receive messages through. They can store contact lists for you, deniably they claim. Accepts cryptocurrency for payment.
Join the most popular Internet of Things platform with free Cloud, iOS and Android mobile apps, Web dashboard, and Machine Learning. Has mobile apps for interacting with interfaced devices. Assemble custom apps with a drag-and-drop builder. If it's networked and you can mess with it, you can get it talking to Blynk.
If you want to use their service, developer accounts are free but are limited to five (5) devices at a time. Paid service starts at $415us.
Open source: You can download the server's source code and run it yourself if you want. It's written in Java.
Create custom animated emoji out of existing images. Handles the animation for you based upon the kind you pick, you don't have to do the animation yourself.
Online barcode decoder from the ZXing project.
This project goes around the internet and finds services, webapps, and credential leaks to index them. No user profile/sessions information shared. JSON search API. Can register for an API key.
Wiby is a search engine for older style pages, lightweight and based on a subject of interest. Building a web more reminiscent of the early internet.
A search engine for the Fediverse.
We follow noindex, noarchive metatag, and robots.txt. These are cached for 30 days. We will not index statuses from authors that have noindex meta tag on their profile page.
Please note that robots.txt isn't a reliable way to prevent your posts from being indexed. This is because if your post is public, it might appear on the federated timeline of instances that federates with your instance.
If you recently changed your preference on indexing and would like to be removed from fedisearch.com immediately, please send a direct message to @email@example.com, using #noindex as the message content. These are processed automatically at 15 minutes interval.
Libravatar is a service which delivers your avatar (profile picture) to other websites. If you create an account with us, your photo could start popping up next to forum posts or blog comments on any site where you left your email address.
This service is powered by Free and Open Source software called ivatar. With this software you can also run your own instance and serve avatars yourself.
Can also generate pixel art avatars of several varieties.
Source code: https://git.linux-kernel.at/oliver/ivatar/
A service that allows to receive email at a temporary address that self-destructed after a certain time elapses. It is also known by names like : tempmail, 10minutemail, throwaway email, fake-mail or trash-mail. Many forums, Wi-Fi owners, websites and blogs ask visitors to register before they can view content, post comments or download something. Temp-Mail - is most advanced throwaway email service that helps you avoid spam and stay safe.
Retrieve public holidays for hundreds of countries worldwide and for any specific year. Free API key.
An API that automatically removes the background from an image and returns the foreground part. From an input image given its public-accessible URL or being the image itself, ObjectCut returns the same image but without background. Multiple price points, the free one capped at 25/month.
Unfortunately, it's part of RapidAPI, which doesn't have the most reliable interface.
Simple, fast, private compute hosting by cyberia.club. Easy to set up, inexpensive, free backups. Local solid state storage for speed. No restrictions on usage, so long as what you're doing isn't illegal.
As of 20200803, they officially support Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Alpine Linux v3.11, OpenBSD v6.7, Debian 10, CentOS 7 and 8.
Cyber1.org is a group of people dedicated to the preservation of the world's first computer-based community, PLATO.
PLATO is a computer-based educational system created at the University of Illinois Control Systems Laboratory. The idea was first discussed at the University in 1959, in a long series of meetings led by Chalmers Sherwin. At these meetings it was concluded that computer-based education should not be pursued. However, the director at the time, Daniel Alpert, got together with Donald Bitzer to see if Don could quickly come up with a prototype that could serve as proof-of-concept. This prototype, running on an Illiac-I, became PLATO. The project was subsequently funded in 1960 by government money from the Joint Services Program. The lab grew and became the Computer-based Education Research Laboratory (CERL). PLATO eventually spawned a variety of commercial ventures, starting in 1975 with Control Data Corporation (CDC), a mainframe computer manufacturer founded in 1957.
IRATA.ONLINE is provided for the benefit of retro-computing users to have a place to socialize, and develop interesting multi-user, interactive, and graphical games and social applications. It descends from the historical PLATO system, a massive time-sharing system that lasted from 1962 until NovaNET was closed in 2015. More than a BBS but a bit less than a commercial computing service.
Multiuser. Graphical, so it requires its own cross-platform software. Online games, social network, realtime chat, online development of new applications for the service in a language called Tutor. Has its own client software, PTERM.
Supports PLATO clients for all of the 8-bit retrocomputers out there, the Atari and Commodore in particular.
This wiki collects information about prepaid (or PAYG) mobile phone plans from all over the world. Not just any plans though, they must include good data rates, perfect for smartphone travellers, as well as tablet or mobile modem users.
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