Citizen.tv – is a YouTube-style website where you can upload and view videos. What makes this one different is that you can first of all sponsor a video if it needs financial backing to be made (so there is an element of Kickstarter in there). You can also win cash prizes if you reach the top of your chosen category, with the top prize being $100,000.
PDF Convert – is as the name suggests, a site that offers a PDF conversion service. Completely free of charge, all you need to do is send an email to one of the addresses specified on the page, and the contents of that email will then be converted into a PDF file and sent back to you. Needless to say, don’t use this for any information that is sensitive and for your eyes only.
NP Food – is an interesting website which says you can “get a meal from a random restaurant in your vicinity costing exactly what you would like”. Of course this is assuming that there is a restaurant in your area which is willing to accommodate your budget! Inspired by an XKCD comic, just give the map permission to access your location, and you will be shown a list of places you can try.
Volafile.io – many people value and guard their privacy online, so the ability to make spontaneous chatrooms with random names is something a lot of people will appreciate. Volafile is a site which randomly creates a room which also allows you to share files in private with the people you choose to invite to that room.
Morse Node – one of the oldest forms of communication in the world is Morse Code, but it is being slowly edged out of existence by the advent of more advanced forms of communication such as the telephone and the Internet. If you are a Morse Code enthusiast, then Morse Node is a site where you can invite someone to your page, and then play Morse Code back to one another.