A desktop application that makes it easy to select which programs can connect to the Internet. Very useful when you’re using a mobile hotspot and other cellular connections. It also shows the total data consumed for that session. Available for Windows and OS X.
A mobile hotspot service for frequent travelers. For a flat monthly fee, Anqor will let you go online via the cellular networks in different countries, eliminating roaming fees and the need for multiple SIM cards or plans.
A web app that disguises any webpage to look like the New York Times’ website. It even has the title and image from an actual news article, plus a summary of the article so your cover won’t be blown if someone asks what you’re “reading.”
Martin Vargic and Jay Jason Simons are working on a funny but informative illustration that depicts the major players and websites on the Web as countries and continents. The poster also includes stats and other trivia.
The GAG Quartet manages to cram over 40 popular Internet memes into a single jammin’ instrumental track. See if you can spot them all. Trust us, they’re not all as obvious as Nyan Cat.
The smartass puppets of Glove and Boots are back, taking on all those annoying, intrusive ads that pay for all the video bandwidth you use up watching countless YouTube videos.
Looking for something online? Google, Bing and Yahoo! too complicated for you? E-Z-Fynd offers a fast, easy, secure way to search the whole of the Internet faster than you can say “HotBot.”
Cocoon routes your web browsing through an SSL-secured proxy to make it private. It also provides disposable email boxes and online storage of your browsing history. 45-day free trial avail.