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A Privacy Policy Generator for Mobile Apps
Privacy policies now are actually required across app stores and people are risking fines and being sued for not complying with the COPPA. So iubenda makes it really easy to comply with these requirements. (it's not just California btw. but California makes it clear that any app that is geared towards Californians, falls under their regulation).
Btw. we're always happy receiving feedback through the site, @iubenda or on here as well. :)
posted by iSimone at 9:21 AM on June 6, 2013


Houghton Library Tumblr
We're constantly digitizing new material at my library, which is Harvard's largest for rare books and manuscripts. I post about larger collections on our blog, but I wanted to have a place to put interesting single images as well. Right now, I plan on posting one new item per day. Each image links to the record in our online catalog, for anyone who wants to know more about the source or come in to see it in person.
posted by Horace Rumpole at 10:45 AM on June 6, 2013 - 1 comment


You Can't Eat The Sunshine, Esotouric's podcast celebrating Los Angeles lore
Esotouric turns the notion of guided bus tours on its ear with excursions like Charles Bukowski's Los Angeles and Pasadena Confidential. Now you don't have to get on the bus to get the skinny. Each week on the You Can't Eat The Sunshine podcast, join Kim Cooper and Richard Schave on their Southern California adventures, as they visit with fascinating characters for wide-ranging interviews that reveal the myths, contradictions, inspirations and passions of the place. There’s never been a city quite like Los Angeles. Tune in if you’d like to find out why.
posted by Scram at 10:31 AM on May 12, 2013


Oracle of Mefi
The Oracle of Mefi is a collection of intelligent, insightful, funny or otherwise interesting comments from all over Mefi.
posted by Foci for Analysis at 3:32 PM on May 22, 2013 - 5 comments


Vector tile river map
I made a tutorial for open source maps with vector tiles. The result is a slippy map of American rivers and some pretty static maps of every US river. But my real goal is the tutorial source code, to help other developers learn to make their own vector maps from geographic data.
posted by Nelson at 11:02 AM on May 21, 2013 - 9 comments


MetaMitchell&WebbFilter
On January 4th, 2013, Authorized User said: “For the longest time I have had the theory that for every FPP there is a somewhat relevant Mitchell & Webb sketch.” This project is intended to both test that theory and act as an indispensable tool for MeFites.
posted by malevolent at 8:57 AM on May 2, 2013 - 3 comments


Lots of plants, lots and lots of plants
I am a gardener. I've been meaning to start blogging about what I do for quite some time. This is a tumblr blog mainly of my own photography of gardens and plants.
posted by sciencegeek at 3:05 PM on April 28, 2013 - 1 comment


pilaroid
I'm working on this little toy that takes subsequences from the hexadecimal expansion of pi and represents them as 500x500px images.
posted by invitapriore at 1:51 PM on April 26, 2013 - 3 comments


TodoCat: A Sophisticated Cat Todo List
You know the "I should buy a boat" meme? Even if you don't, here's a very sophisticated cat looking to help you organize your todo list. It's the first time in recorded history that cats and memes will actually increase productivity.
posted by soma lkzx at 10:18 AM on April 17, 2013 - 6 comments


erase_mark
a bookmarklet for creating erasure poems from web pages
posted by raisindebt at 7:16 AM on March 5, 2013 - 6 comments


space claw - a flickr telnet bbs
Browse flickr as a BBS. Open a terminal and type telnet spaceclaw.net
posted by bertrandom at 11:18 AM on March 28, 2013 - 6 comments


Ants and other insects doing what they do.
I've spent the last few years trekking around the tropics and doing ant research. Here are the insect photographs I've built up in this time, with relevant taxonomic/natural history information, and some .gifs for good measure. Expect sparse updates as I find and document more neat ant things.
posted by Buckt at 8:03 PM on March 10, 2013 - 6 comments


The Atlantic Ocean Comedy & Music Fest (aka Boatparty.biz)
I've been spending the last few months putting together this festival-on-a-cruise-ship. It's three nights in the Caribbean, and three huge shows. Two comedy, one music. The music show's got John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats, Nellie McKay, John Roderick and Dan Deacon. The comedy shows have (among others) John Hodgman, Al Madrigal, Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Nick Thune, Kristen Schaal, Kurt Braunohler and Josie Long.
posted by YoungAmerican at 1:49 PM on March 5, 2013 - 4 comments


3500: An Autistic Boy's Ten-Year Romance with Snow White
Last June I wrote a series of six blog posts about my autistic son's experience during the final night of operation for Snow White's Scary Adventures at Walt Disney World (MeFi Projects page, posted on the Blue). I was encouraged to write a novel about my son's entire experience, and as of this morning the novel has launched and is available through my website in signed and standard print editions, as well as through Amazon in both print and Kindle editions.
posted by Lokheed at 7:46 AM on February 15, 2013 - 5 comments


Links To The Damn Paper
Hello and welcome to Links to the Damn Paper, an open discussion community showcasing the best in freely-available biology research. If you’ve ever tried to have a discussion about science on the Web and been stymied and frustrated by inaccessible articles, misrepresentation of research in science journalism, or a community that seems uninterested in digging into the actual research behind a topic, then welcome: you are our people. If you’ve ever wished for a place to talk about the Science of Life where you could be sure that the actual articles were available, where compelling research was presented in a way that allowed it to speak for itself, and where you could discuss science with actual scientists and with other people who are passionate about science for its own sake, then you have found your haven.
posted by Blasdelb at 8:39 AM on February 19, 2013 - 10 comments


Japanese Woodblock Print Database
A database and visual search engine of over 200,000 Japanese woodblock prints. Starting in the early 1700s and exploding in popularity throughout the 1800s, Japanese woodblock prints depicted the fantastic world of Kabuki actors, courtesans, warriors, and nature. The style of the prints feels particularly modern and vibrant, even today a couple hundred years later. This project aggregates prints from a number of museums, dealers, and auction houses into a single searchable resource.
posted by jeresig at 12:13 PM on January 6, 2013 - 16 comments


blindsketch.com
blindsketch is a little drawing game for desktop and iOS devices (Android users proceed with caution) where you draw without looking. Use your mind's eye to render a complex and beautiful masterpiece, or just sketch a little doodle, but either way, you can only see your drawing when you are finished. Choose free draw or take the daily drawing challenge if you're feeling competitive. Today's challenge is a video challenge. (note that the images in the gallery section are not censored in any way, and that yesterday's drawing challenge was "NSFW", just so all the jokers can get the inevitable phallus drawing out of their system.)
posted by chriscollins at 10:35 AM on January 23, 2013


Metropho.rs
Metropho.rs is a geographic metaphor map that plots "X is the Y of Z" tweets by putting the "Y" label on the "X" location. Some nice coverage by the Atlantic Cities blog here.
posted by creade at 12:07 PM on January 5, 2013 - 3 comments


Houndton Tabby
In anticipation of the season 3 premiere of Downton Abbey, I've begun a series of portraits based upon the memorable characters from the show. Depicted as dogs and cats, naturally. I am selling them as prints in my Etsy shop.
posted by Lou Stuells at 11:08 AM on January 5, 2013 - 7 comments


For Great Justice - My Justice of the Peace blog
I was elected justice of the peace in my small town in Vermont. I'm not official until February. I started a post-a-day blog about what's involved in being a Justice of the Peace, weddings, JP history, that sort of thing.
posted by jessamyn at 9:14 AM on December 9, 2012 - 5 comments


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