Mashup: Beam Me Up, Hottie

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Beam Me Up, Hottie
Uses the HotOrNot API to find girls and guys in your by location.
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jvoss

This project has an interesting idea. It uses a GeoIP locator and the Hot or Not API to give people a quick peek at what is in their city. The interface is minimal but quite a bit better than Hot or Not's one person per page. There is plenty more information to add (tag clouds). Whether or not you like the concept of modern dating, it's worth a look. It seems to be using C#.

Muskie

Seems to just link to a blog now, seems a bit spammy...

duvander

We&#039;ve added this mashup to the deadpool. Thanks Muskie.

jvoss

This project has an interesting idea. It uses a GeoIP locator and the Hot or Not API to give people a quick peek at what is in their city. The interface is minimal but quite a bit better than Hot or Not's one person per page. There is plenty more information to add (tag clouds). Whether or not you like the concept of modern dating, it's worth a look. It seems to be using C#.

jvoss

This project has an interesting idea. It uses a GeoIP locator and the Hot or Not API to give people a quick peek at what is in their city. The interface is minimal but quite a bit better than Hot or Not's one person per page. There is plenty more information to add (tag clouds). Whether or not you like the concept of modern dating, it's worth a look. It seems to be using C#.

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