5 Meta Hacks of the Week: 3/16/18

5 Meta Hacks of the Week

We continued to get a lot of community participation in last week’s 5 Meta Hacks of the Week. We shared everything from a t-shirt folding hack to the best breakfast sandwiches to buy. If you want to share your own Meta Hack, submit it here. Also, feel free to forward these to your friends, and encourage them to sign up for the 5 Meta Hacks of the Week here.


Daniel, Founder & CEO
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1. Open Data Barometer
A global measure of how governments are publishing and using open data for accountability, innovation and social impact.

2. Sygic Travel Trip Planner
This travel site and application lets you build out your full travel schedule for each day. (Contributed by Kerry M.)

3. G Suite Activity History Dashboard
G Suite users will soon get an update allowing you to see viewing history of shared Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

4. The Web is Under Threat. Fight for It.
Half the world population is on the Internet, making “it possible to weaponise the web at scale” says Tim Berner Lee, the father of the web. In his open letter, Tim wants to change that.

5. Listen to the Musical Clicks of a 60-Year-Old Keyboard Switch
A look at Cherry’s first mechanical keyboard switch, from 1959. What a great sound! (Contributed by Will T.)