|That Was My Jam|
Full track history for all This Is My Jam users.
|The Ad Generator|
A generative artwork that explores how advertising uses and manipulates language. Real corporate slogans are remixed and randomized to generate invented slogans, then paired with Flickr images, generating fake advertisements on the fly.
|The Alien's Wall|
The Alien's Wall lets you view all the pictures from a subreddit in a gallery format.
|The American Image|
The American Image: Photographs of John Collier Jr. is an online exhibit exploring the work of John Collier during the war years of the 1940s. Flickr mashups are used to pull in photographs making up the Collection and one of the interactive activities.
|The Article Checker|
Because the Web is full of poorly written articles, The Article Checker will check an article along four dimensions and grade its value. The highest graded articles get a permanent backlink from this page so rank up!
|The Attack Machine|
An interesting way to explore all the things attacking, and being attacked. Content on The Attack Machine is automatically generated leveraging Evri's deep linguistic analysis of news, blog and other web content.
|The Baseball CDV Project|
Image catalog of every known baseball carte de visite format photograph using Google Maps.
This service uses Google Street View and the Instagram API to give context to Instagram posts.
|The Bible Mapped|
Mashup showing locations of 200 places mentioned in the Bible. Going for accuracy they try to pinpoint the locations of the ruins of ancient cities instead of using the locations of modern cities with ancient names.
|The Book Stash|
Online ebook and bookstore. Book reviews and summaries database. Search, read and buy books on The Book Stash site. Available in English, French and Spanish.
|GoogleTranslate, GoogleBooks, GoogleBookSearchBookViewability, GoogleBase, AmazonProductAdvertising|
|The Cloud Player|
An iTunes-clone for the browser. Built on the SoundCloud API, jQuery and Google App Engine.
|The Color of Words|
A color and typography experiment using the COLOURLovers API. Members of the site have "discovered" and named millions of colors and this app allows a new way to visualize them by focusing on their given titles.
|The Community Broadband Map|
The Community Broadband map was developed as an attempt to harness the collective effort of a large number of individual users of the Internet to produce, over time, a map of areas where high-speed connectivity is and is not located.
|The Energy Map|
The Energy Map visualizes energy-related data
The Explorer uses the Youtube and New York Times APIs to give the user cool ways to find videos and get the latest news. It also has a youtube music playlist creator that allows the user to put in up to 5 artists, then it compiles a playlist for the user
|The Found Bin|
TheFoundBin.com is the largest online collection of free, map-based lost and found listings. The site allows owners and finders of pets and valuables to post lost and found items for free.
|The Global Map of Musicians|
Plot yourself and collaborate. Find a teacher, start a group, promote your music, share a gig or trade gear local!
|Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, JSONTools, GooglePlus, GoogleMaps, GoogleAnalytics, geocoder, Facebook|
|The Hemp Cloud|
Compare prices on hemp products from hundreds of retailers. Uses ecommerce APIs including Amazon, Yahoo Shopping, Shopzilla and Commission Junction.
|YahooShopping, Shopzilla, CommissionJunction, AmazonProductAdvertising|
|The Hype Machine|
Winner of Best Mashup at Mashup Camp 3 in Jan 2007. The Hype Machine is an experiment that keeps track of songs and discussion posted on the best blogs about music.
|The Onion Atlas|
The Onion satire: click on the pins scattered around the globe to reveal mind-expanding factoids about the lesser, conquerable nations of the Earth. Come back each week to learn more about how little you know.