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  • How to deal with receiving a cease-and-desist letter from Big Tech (archive)
  • FileBrowser provides a file managing interface within a specified directory and it can be used to upload, delete, preview, rename and edit your files. source
  • A tribute to Nokia 3310.
  • ViroReact is a library for developers to rapidly build augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences.
  • Realtime Global Threat assessment driven by AI.
  • Zed is an open source high-performance, multiplayer code editor.
  • Teach Yourself Math is a list of Math Problems.
  • Kener is a Open-Source Status Page System.
  • The Founder is a a dystopian business simulator game.
  • Amazon Disk Prices
  • Spotube is an open-source fast, modern, lightweight & efficient Spotify Music Client for every platform.
  • FreeRDP is an open source and free implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol.
  • Copy-n-Paste TextArt.
  • Voxos is an open-source desktop voice assistant that aims to put Clippy to shame while supporting new desktop workflows powered by LLMs.
  • Nikita Lapkov wrote a nice hack-scene story of a touchscreen (archive) in his new Apartment in London.
  • FreeCarrierLookup will return the carrier name and whether the number is wireless or landline.
  • Technitium DNS Server is an open source authoritative as well as recursive DNS server that can be used for self hosting a DNS server for privacy & security.
  • Paged.js is a free and open source JavaScript library that paginates content in the browser to create PDF output from any HTML content.
  • HTMLDocs is an online editor for building next-generation documents in HTML/CSS.
  • OutRun is an open-source, privacy oriented, outdoor fitness tracker.
  • ADDR.tools - possibly useful tools for the Internet.
  • Data Brokers Watch tracks and maps the data broker ecosystem. They curate the largest publicly available database of data brokers and make it available to the wider research community.
  • EXT is a platform that allows third party developers to install, load, run, publish and monetize JavaScript-based extensions and native modules, while giving end-users complete control over each extension’s permissions. EXT also includes a store where end-users can find and purchase approved extensions (though the platform also allows side-loading private extensions and modules).
  • Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
  • Pairdrop is an open-source Local file sharing in your browser.
  • DevDocs combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface.
  • Tree.fm - listen to a forest somewhere in the world.
  • Window Swap - Open a new Window somewhere in the world.
  • Shoelace - A forward-thinking library of web components.
  • Helio is an attempt to rethink a music sequencer to create a tool that feels right. It provides a lightweight UI to help you get into the zone and focus on your ideas.
  • The Scientific Place an interactive math crossword puzzle with infinite levels.
  • LinguaCafe - Self-hosted software for language learners to read foreign languages.
  • GreenTunnel is an anti-censorship utility designed to bypass the DPI system that is put in place by various ISPs to block access to certain websites.
  • Gmailify is a complete email system bringing custom domains to Gmail accounts. Without hacks.
  • PocketBase is an open-source backend in 1 file.
  • dns.toys is an open-source DNS server that takes creative liberties with the DNS protocol to offer handy utilities and services that are easily accessible via the command line.
  • AI Employee (source) automates email-to-CRM/ERP data transfers, tasks requiring human-like intelligence: understanding emails, receipts, invoices, etc.
  • Kicks Pro ($49.99) is a clutter-free, powerful Mac-native sample manager.
  • Nestflix is a platform for your favorite nested films and shows. Fictional movies within movies, fake shows within shows - over 700 stories within stories.
  • The 44 Best Pens for 2024 - it’s almost impossible to pick a single best pen for everyone, because not everyone wants the same thing from their pens. Plus, different types of pens use different inks, so you can’t exactly compare a gel pen to a highlighter.
  • Ghostarchive is a free-to-use archiving website.
  • Whistleblower Aid is a non-profit dedicated to supporting and protecting whistleblowers— in the interest of the public, and in the pursuit of a robust, resilient and thriving democracy.
  • Software Technical Writing: A Guidebook (pdf) covers the essential and practical knowledge that you can use to produce technical content.
  • Ambiphone is a free, white noise app, easy-to-use, without logins or ads or in-app purchases etc.
  • Paged Out is a free experimental technical magazine about programming, hacking, security hacking, retro computers, modern computers, electronics, demoscene, and other similar topics.
  • SearXNG is a free internet metasearch engine which aggregates results from more than 70 search services. Users are neither tracked nor profiled.
  • OpenVoice is a voice cloning tool from MyShell.
  • NERV Disaster Prevention has the most appropriate information at the fastest level in Japan.
  • uBlacklist blocks specific sites from appearing in Google (and other Search Engines) search results. Awesome-uBlacklistmaintains a list of subscriptions to block search results.
  • Someone found the oldest version of 86-DOS surviving in the wild - Download the Disk Image. (archive) I’ve kept a copy for my playground and hoping to play with it one day.
  • Bazzite is an open-source OCI image that serves as an alternative operating system for the Steam Deck, and a ready-to-game SteamOS-like for desktop computers, living room home theater PCs, and numerous other handheld PCs.
  • AzuraCast is a free and open-source, self-hosted web radio station in a box.
  • awesome-web-desktops - Websites, web apps, portfolios which look like desktop operating systems.
  • Meshtastic is an open source, off-grid, decentralized, mesh network built to run on affordable, low-power devices.
  • WikEM, The Global Emergency Medicine Wiki, is the world's largest and most popular emergency medicine open-access reference resource.
  • Durdraw is an ASCII, Unicode and ANSI art editor for UNIX-like systems (Linux, macOS, etc). (source)
  • 2024 Habit Calendar is printable habit recorder.