These are tools I use, starting with tools for finding and curating other tools.
I'm starting here in anticipation of not having the time to maintain this list.
If this post is outdated by, say, three months, then I'd suggest moving on.
And the ideal destination would be to one of these up-to-the-minute services.
Created: 13 June 2018 | Last updated: 13 June 2018
Tools for Finding Tools
"It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations."
Consult Product Hunt occasionally by visiting the website, or daily by subscribing to the newsletter.
Or to be permanently distracted, as your new tab page with the Muzli Chrome extension, which curates a number of related websites.
The Sweet Setup
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"We have one mission: helping you find the right software for your computer, mobile phone or tablet. Our main focus is to give you alternatives to software you already know and want to replace.
Based on our users recommendations we list great alternatives to the applications you want to replace. By joining the site you can participate in the process of making these recommendations better, so please join in!"
Curated Directory for Development & Tech Resources.
Zeef somehow feels more authoratative and dedicated than the others. The format is very focussed on user's lists, and you might find yourself gravitating to a particular user who is an expert in their particular area.
Feedly is the world's most popular RSS and blog reader with more than 15 millions users. RSS re-invented.
Remember RSS? An RSS reader would pull the latest content from blog / news-type websites. You could curate what latest news you wanted to read into one feed.
Feedly is no different at the core, but takes RSS much further with categories, and you probably won't recognise RSS thanks to the styling.