I follow Derek Sivers' "Why my code and ideas are public" path of sharing ideas and code with everyone. These are mine. No ideas of someone else. No ideas I collaborate. Just my personal ideas. I think it doesn't matter that someone has ideas (online) rather than how the ideas are implemented to the (online) world. Even if this means that someone did the same before.
- A Ruby Model-View-Controller class using Curses for command-line tools. See Timr post. Maybe called "TermKit"?
- Sublogon9: A Remote Administration Software written in Objective-C for Mac OS X 10.6+.
- Da Capo Cardgame written in Ruby as computer game.
- Wiener Linien API PHP Framework: A library like vietra but for PHP. See Open Government Wien.
- CannedEmails in German.
Facebook App - Read everything from a person: Login with your Facebook account and all informations about you at Facebook will be displayed to you. No background saving of the data. That's not the point. Only to show you how much Facebook knows about you. Only to show you how much information a Facebook app can catch from your account. Only to show you that information matters.
Facebook App - Like-counter: Count all likes of your posts, comments and photos on Facebook and show you as a statistic.
Facebook App - Post similarities: Because some people post very similar shit over and over again. How similar are Facebook posts? Did I post a similar version of this text some years ago?
Facebook App - Post anonymous: Like my Anonymous Tweeting service just for Facebook.
Music voting page: Like Billboard The Hot 100 but open for all people on the Internet. Everyone can vote what's the best music (ever).
Last update: 2016-07-12
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