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Snail Facts! -- 15 Minute Incremental

I was on my way to work a couple weeks ago and I got the weirdest idea for an incremental game. Here it is, Snail Facts! This is my first incremental, so I decided to make it pretty simple. Some details inside: [more inside]
posted by Literaryhero on Apr 18, 2024 - 6 comments

Wander - A browser extension that helps you revisit your bookmarks

You bookmark interesting pages to check out later. But the more you bookmark, the harder it gets to find and revisit them -- if you even remember to do it. Wander surprises you with a random page that you bookmarked once upon a time. Get back to the places you love, not just the places that hook you. [more inside]
posted by ogami on Aug 6, 2023 - 0 comments

Full featured, extensible enumerations for javascript.

It seems like my pandemic super-power is starting a project, getting side-tracked by some aspect of that project, turning that into its own project and then forgetting about the thing I was originally working on. In that spirit, I give you enumerated types (not just constants!) for javascript. [more inside]
posted by Mister_Sleight_of_Hand on Mar 18, 2021 - 1 comment

Asterisk of Shame

A tiny Chrome extension to add an asterisk * following the names of each of the 147 congresspeople who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 election wherever they appear on the web. [more inside]
posted by Nothing on Jan 15, 2021 - 4 comments

No Scary Parts: a browser extension that skips scary scenes on Disney+

No Scary Parts is a chrome extension that skips creepy scenes in classic Disney movies on Disney+. Since the beginning, every Disney film, without fail, has included a weird scene or two that traumatizes generations of kids, from Dumbo's pink elephants to Fantasia's Night on Bald Mountain. Currently I have 5 movies supported. If you have a sensitive toddler or don't want flashbacks to your own childhood, try out this extension.
posted by thomaspark on Jul 9, 2020 - 3 comments

Infinimapper - HTML5-based Map Editor

The famous Tiled map editor is a powerful open source application for creating tile-based maps for use in video games, but what happens when we bring that level of versatility to anything that can run a modern browser? Add in the ability to create maps as large as you can imagine, allow editors in the same space to see each others work in real time, and this open source project could help facilitate a level of collaboration previously difficult to achieve. The end goals of this include use as a classroom teaching tool to spark young imaginations and hopefully generate interest in software development through simple games. It's a work in progress, so please feel free to let me know if there's anything you'd like to see.
posted by NBJack on Jan 18, 2012 - 0 comments

MetaFilter Favorites Highlighter (Chrome Extension)

This chrome browser extension looks at all the comments on the page and highlights the ones with favorites, so that the comments with the most favorites stand out more.
posted by farmersckn on Aug 1, 2011 - 6 comments


Google Chrome users: I've made a browser extension that lets you push a window of tabs from one machine to another. Think Chrome to Phone, but between computers. [more inside]
posted by bhatman on Jul 3, 2011 - 0 comments

Custom searches and shortcuts

Perform searches quickly and easily visit sites with a few keystrokes, from any browser. A public list is there to get you started, but it's more useful if you login and customize your own set of searches and direct links. [more inside]
posted by jaden on Feb 7, 2011 - 0 comments

Diary Dig: Wikileaks Afghan War Diaries explorer

A richly faceted and deeply hyperlinked browser for all of the as-yet released Afghan War Diaries from Wikileaks. Allows you to search by type, category, number of casualties, and many other parameters. Within each document, uncommon phrases that are shared among multiple documents are linked together, allowing you to go down the rabbit hole where you might not have otherwise thought to. My hope is that this will allow reporters, researchers, and the general public to better understand the scope and nature of the US war in Afghanistan, and the contents of this important archive. Source code available.
posted by yourcelf on Aug 1, 2010 - 1 comment

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