1. Anywhere.FM can be thought as iTunes for the Web. It allows you to upload your music (yes including those songs bought from iTunes), so you can get to your music from anywhere. You can also “share” the music with friends like a “radio station” and of course browse other user’s radio station. Sweet! 😄
  2. If you travel a lot and need a decent solution to manage the various expense receipts (or are just plain lazy then check out Neat Receipts Scanner .
  3. Fauxto - think Photoshop for the web.
  4. If you really want job security, then check out how to write unmaintainable code . 😄
  5. Search Lab - free Science search tools - just want you needed for any science-related-research.
  6. PsExec is a light-weight telnet-replacement that lets you execute processes on other systems, complete with full interactivity for console applications, without having to manually install client software.
  7. Splog and sploggers - what?
  8. Central Desktop - another collaboration tool.
  9. Top 100 Alternative Search engines  - alternate to google - worth a spin.
  10. Free disk imaging software (as long as you own a Seagate or Maxtor drive).
  11. Laptop lid cooling  - where the industry might be heading.
  12. The daily green - a consumer’s guide to being green. I personally like the weather watch gallery such as sitting on the edge of the world