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High Post Software

In early 2017 I launched a new web and mobile development consultancy, focused on small and medium sized organizations, especially those with a social mission. [more inside]
posted by Kwine on May 22, 2017 - 0 comments

xn--qeiaa.ws: Emoji Domain Registration

Domains can be more than just letters and numbers. Most people have no idea they can just type a bunch of hearts in their address bar and go to a domain... and yet, it works!
posted by ph00dz on Dec 8, 2016 - 2 comments

Just Graph It

A simple app for creating a line graph. It works by entering a number, a date-time is automatically associated with that number when it is entered. Two or more numbers and you got yourself a line graph. Not much more to it, there's the ability to create multiple graphs, and to edit entries, but tt's light weight by design. Note: Requires a modern browser with HTML5. It worked for me on PC (Chrome), Android and iPhone, it should work on everything else. There's a shorter alternate url as well: g.joha.us [more inside]
posted by forforf on Mar 12, 2014 - 1 comment

FeedPope RSS Aggregator

Feedpope is an RSS/Atom aggregator for the overwhelmed. It doesn't keep track of what you've read and what you haven't, and it doesn't even try to show you every post from your favorite sites. So what DOES it do? Feedpope gathers a sampling of updates from your favorite spots on the web, resulting in a mangeable and varied stream of posts to keep you informed and entertained without making the internet seem like another full-time job. Here's a sample installation to play around with. [more inside]
posted by bowbeacon on Sep 3, 2012 - 1 comment

Wanderlust, an experimental mobile storytelling platform

Wanderlust is a new way to tell location-based stories on smartphones from Six to Start. Instead of readers having to be in specific physical locations (like setting a Sherlock Holmes story in Baker Street, London), Wanderlust sets stories in classes of location. Act 1 might be in any cafe in the world, Act 2 in any museum, Act 3 in any bar. It's more like atmosphere-based storytelling. [more inside]
posted by adrianhon on Mar 12, 2011 - 0 comments

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