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www.indieshuffle.com
Seems like a good site to find indie-indie bands #indie #discovery #music #@to_use #starred #apps #android #iOS #toread #pub
Integrates different analytics. Good way to see list of analytics apps they support (most likely skewed toward "trendy" ones) #from:Windows_Phone #SaaS #freemium #APIs #monthly #startups #ideas #@to_use #@to_get_ideas #pub
"Video chat with highly skilled, amazing people from around the world." #resources #video_chatting #web_apps #sites #startups #web_2.0 #@to_use #experts #amateurs #social_media #pub
"Prevent database access from the view. Force loading all data from the controller by raising when the database is accessed from the view. This can help create effective database queries and help avoid SQL N+1 problems." #Rails #gems #performance #databases #database_queries #@to_use #pub
"We're a social club that sets up drinks between 2 groups of friends: 3 and 3." #dating #online_dating #paid #startups #interesting #Facebook #@to_use #future_moi #future_goals #motivation #pub
from:Windows_Phone ads split_testing adsense SaaS startups beta freemium #@to_look_into #@to_use #pub
"Engagement is a Ruby Gem that will help you find out the number of comments a URL is receiving on Reddit, HackerNews, Disqus or Twitter" #from:Windows_Phone #research #gems #ruby #social_media #analytics #data #@to_use #pub
lift-trends.herokuapp.com
"Find relationships between your Lift.do habits" "Simply, I wanted to see if there were any correlations between my 'habits'. This is because my partner and I use Lift to track a range of things like certain pain or what types of food we ate." #Lift.do #habits #correlations #associations #geeky #graphs #statistics #interesting #@to_use #pub
"My Tiny Habits™ program can create new behaviors in your life. Let me explain . . . I’ve studied human behavior for 18 years, mostly at Stanford University. Here’s what I’ve learned: Only three things will change behavior in the long term. Option A. Have an epiphany Option B. Change your environment (what surrounds you) Option C. Take baby steps Creating an epiphany is difficult. You should rule out Option A unless you have mystical powers (I don’t). But here’s the good news: The other two options are practical. And they can lead to lasting change if you follow the right program. However, few winning programs exist. In December of 2011, I created a new way to tap the power of environment and baby steps. Over 14,700 people have since joined in. The results are the best I’ve ever seen in any program. My method is surprisingly simple, but the impact is big. See what people say. I invite you to join a future session of Tiny Habits. Go here --> http://tinyhabits.com/join --BJ" "BJ Fogg, PhD Director, Persuasive Tech Lab Stanford University" #habits #@to_do #@to_use #small_steps #psychology #behavior #inspirational #pub
personable.me
#@to_use #APIs #free #fun #interesting #javascript #open_source #personal_APIs #python #pub
www.hemingwayapp.com
#web_apps #!priority #!TO_TAG_bit_more #copy_later_ideas_maybe #@to_use #@asap #ideas #price:$10 #mac #desktop_apps #windows #paid #pub
"The open source, self-hosted error catcher Errbit is a tool for collecting and managing errors from other applications. It is Airbrake (formerly known as Hoptoad) API compliant, so if you are already using Airbrake, you can just point the airbrake gem to your Errbit server." #error_handling #self-hosted #ruby #monitoring #open_source #@to_use #pub
"The open source, self-hosted error catcher Errbit is a tool for collecting and managing errors from other applications. It is Airbrake (formerly known as Hoptoad) API compliant, so if you are already using Airbrake, you can just point the airbrake gem to your Errbit server." #error_handling #self-hosted #ruby #monitoring #open_source #@to_use #pub
PagerDuty provides alerting, on-call scheduling, escalation policies and incident tracking to increase uptime of your apps, servers, websites and databases. Their pricing and features have gotten a lot better recently. They were far too pricey and keeping features for only the higher thresholds before. #devops #startups #alerts #organization #YC_funded #monitoring #paid #SaaS #trial #dev #$IT_management #industry_bigs #incident_management #$AFMA #@to_use #research #push #escalation #on_call #$kippt_bookmark_lists #middle_priced #pub
stedolan.github.io
"jq is like sed for JSON data - you can use it to slice and filter and map and transform structured data with the same ease that sed, awk, grep and friends let you play with text." #dev #@to_use #werk_dev #werk #json #cli #open_source #language:C #homebrew_formulas #pub
Seems like a pretty good app #$AFMA #SaaS #freemium #paid #monthly #user_management #authentication #$AFMA_umbrella #@to_look_at #@to_use #@to_try #pub
" For Linux and Mac users there with F3 a free alternative, which can be operated, but only via the command line." #windows #apps #@to_use #flash #hardware #pub
Great site to find cheap prices for flights #@to_use #flights #alternatives #cheap_finds #best_of #aggregators #$kippt_bookmark #pub
All paid. No trial, but money back guarantee of 60 days. Makes sense to be all paid, like Basecamp add-ons because you know your customers are all paying. $30 for up to 1500 Intercom users. And price goes up from there, of course. Found via Indie Hackers (https://www.indiehackers.com/businesses/statbot). Demo: http://demo.statbot.io/report/acquisition #customer_retainment #customer_support #$AFMA_umbrella #analytics #charts #SaaS #paid #add-ons #@to_use #pub