A great web app for playing around with HTML and CSS in the browser, would be interesting to see if it works on the iPad.
Pictaculous (from MailChimp) lets you upload or email a photo and then generates a colour palette from it. You can email (firstname.lastname@example.org) straight from your iPhone and get a reply complete with your colour palette results. It also suggestion palettes from kuler and COLOURlovers.
This chart from Intac shows the ridiculous amount of servers Google are estimated to have:
You made it this far, have a song – Metronomy – You Could Easily Have Me (spotify)
Sikuli is a visual technology to search and automate graphical user interfaces (GUI) using images (screenshots).
Probably not the most efficient way to automate tasks, but an interesting one nonetheless, hard to explain what it does, but if you’re interested in computer automation, watch the demos.
Hilite converts your code snippets into pretty-printed HTML format, easily embeddable into blog posts, emails and websites.
Hilite produces html + css for code snippets, a quick (and dirty) way of inserting code samples into web pages. It supports a lot of languages, from ActionScript to YAML!
Primer undercoats your CSS by pulling out all of your classes and id’s and placing them into a starter stylesheet.
Haven’t used this yet, but can see it coming in handy.
A nice visual way of playing around with the fonts in the browser.
have a song: Cut Copy – Out There On The Ice (spotify)