Our web-based RSS feed reader. At the moment it's limited to the feeds we picked out — mostly ones about interface design. The Reader has an unusually clean interface and some features that make it truly humane. For instance, it will never, ever ask you if you want more content.
An article about the rationale for the infinite-scrolling interface pattern which we use in the Humanized Reader. Read this and see if it would be a useful thing to do on your own site.
Enso Beta Products are sets of useful, if not-quite-production-quality, commands which we make available for free.
An article, replete with example code, about transparent messages and why we think they're better than single-button notification dialogs. This is one Enso feature that we hope lots of people will copy.
Running a Unix/Linux server? Slightly reduce the drain on your sanity with our Python-based tool for managing server processes and daemons.
For those of you waiting for Microsoft to get its act together and add incremental find to Internet Explorer, there's something even better out there. It isn't an IE plugin; it's better than that. Edwin Evans' HandyFind gives you incremental search in most Windows applications.
Edwin Evans is a friend of Humanized, and we've had many interesting discussions. He became seriously interested in user interface design after receiving a free copy of The Humane Interface at a Foresight conference.