We created a resource for students moving onto college campus for the first time, which can be a stressful experience. Where universities have their packing and moving checklists spread across multiple department websites, in ancient formats, without many details, we've created a web & mobile friendly site based on their official guidelines, along with our own specific product recommendations. You can check items off, and even print it out for on the go. Would appreciate any feedback from college students or parents on how we can make our site even more useful for you.
I've spent the past 18 months or so slogging away at apprecs.com, an app search engine that can detect review manipulation. You can see the worst offenders here. I posted this back when this was iOS-only, and I'd like to share some major new features I've added. [more inside]
A super-simple webapp for keeping on top of bike maintenance jobs. Record your mileage weekly (or as often as you like) and it'll tell you how many miles you've done since you last cleaned your chain / changed your brake pads / checked your tyre pressure / etc. Free, no sign-up required - everything is done from a single web page. Comments/bugs/typos/suggestions welcome.
What I did: played guitar and some keyboards on the original track; made the video in Final Cut Pro X (along with Motion, Blender and Photoshop)
I put this project together because I was really frustrated with having to make shopping lists by entering items one by one. With Listje, you can type in a plaintext list with many rows (or paste it in from a document). The list will be converted to an interactive checklist, and there's save functionality so you can retrieve it later if you like, perhaps from your phone, via the URL. A simple tap checks off items, and you can easily hide them from the view. [more inside]
Liam Neeson performs "I Could Have Done More" from Schindler's List: The Musical. Music and Lyrics by Jon Kaplan and Al Kaplan (Conan the Barbarian: The Musical).
Single-serving domain name with a simple objective: delineate Fake 3D films (i.e. 2D films upconverted to stereoscopic 3D in post-production) from Real 3D films (i.e. films shot/rendered natively in stereoscopic 3D). Don't get ripped off paying extra fees for an inauthentic 3D Experience.