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British Placename Mapper

A web app that lets you search for British place names that match certain queries (eg. starts with 'great', ends with 'burgh', contains 'sea') and show them on an interactive map. Fascinating patterns start to emerge, and you can even share links to your favourite configurations.
posted by robintw on Apr 3, 2024 - 6 comments

Dither All the Things - Atkinson Dithering for the Web

I think we can all agree that web pages today are too colorful, which is why I have created a web component that crushes your images down to crisp, pixel-perfect dithered black and white. This blog post features an interactive demo - dither your own images and party like it is 1985!
posted by AndrewStephens on Jan 19, 2023 - 14 comments

DNDle - Wordle, but you're picking stats to guess D&D monsters

It feels like there's a Wordle clone for everybody nowadays. But I decided to go in a slightly different direction when I made DNDle, a game in which you try to guess the Dungeons & Dragons "monster of the day" by assigning values to its attributes and being told where you've got them right. [more inside]
posted by avapoet on Feb 16, 2022 - 2 comments

Random D&D Character

This site generates random Basic (Moldvay/Mentzer), Holmes, or Original D&D characters. It's a little web application written and designed by me in Python. You can add "text" to the end of any URL to get a plaintext character sheet.
posted by chunking express on Oct 16, 2012 - 13 comments

lazzia.com - lightweight A/B image testing webapp

I got tired of firing up Google Website Optimizer whenever I wanted to do a quick image test, so I built this. It uses OpenID so you can login with your Google/Yahoo/Wordpress/Blogger account. The tracking is completely redirect-based so you can use it in places where javascript is not allowed (e.g. blogspot). Use it to optimize product photos, screenshots, banner ads, etc. Comments/questions welcome. Check out this blog post for a more in-depth look and an example use case.
posted by primer_dimer on Jan 25, 2011 - 0 comments

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