|Real Name||James Chevalier|
|Country||United States of America|
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|Blizzalert ||Blizzalert is a service that helps skiers/snowboarders never miss a good day on the mountain. You select which ski areas you want to watch, and you get text message alerts when snow is coming through. |
|CityStrides ||CityStrides gives you a street-level view of your running.
... Track your runs across the streets in your city to see how much you've completed and what's left to run. Can you run every street in your city?
... Track your shoes to see you how many miles they've got and what they're costing you per mile.
... Create & share routes to find new places to run, share your favorite runs, and compete against yourself and others in your city.
... Get detailed weather information for ALL of your runs - all the way back to the first run you ever tracked with RunKeeper.
... See how many steps you take during each run. |
|Fluxels ||This site pulls profile pictures from current Twitter activity
You're seeing one-pixel line representations of the images scroll down the screen
Future iterations will do more, better.
The goal is to pull images from the internet as they're uploaded, shrink them down to 1x1 pixel, and fill the screen... all live. |
|Launch Soon ||Launch Soon is a Heroku-ready rails site that provides a viral launching soon page to collect users in a MailChimp list before your actual launch date. |
|Little Corner ||Little Corner is a website that is used to pull your entire web presence into one place. It runs on Ruby on Rails, doesn't use a database, and is Heroku-ready. |
|MyFollowerList ||A Twitter service that will automatically add anyone who follows you to a list. The list is automatically updated daily, so that it always reflects the people that are listening to you right now. Engage with the people following your tweets without crowding up your timeline. |
|qabic ||Qabic allows you to effortlessly handle Q&A for your talks/panels by allowing your audience to submit and vote on questions throughout the event. This allows the best questions to be easily accesible both during and after your talk/panel. |
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