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CafePress and Instagram

This mashup (hosted in an iframe under itself) was created entirely using the Instagram and CafePress apis. No access to the internals of CafePress needed. 

Added: 2012-12-14

A Shopify shop owner adds the ShopTalk application to their shop, then can call into their shop from any phone via Cloudvox. After identifying using a PIN, shopkeeper can hear total orders. Runs on Heroku. 

Added: 2010-03-29
Shopify, Cloudvox 
Popular Phrase Research

Ranks phrases according to their popularity among authoritative sites. Uses Yahoo BOSS to do this and presents a tag cloud of results. The tag cloud is interactive, so you can click to drill further. Source code available. 

Added: 2008-11-23
YahooBOSS, GoogleAJAXLanguage 
Sad Statements

Sad tweets are grabbed from Twitter and illustrated via pictures from Flickr. Sometimes the pictures and the text are not a perfect match. Other times the matches seem profound. 

Added: 2008-08-24
YahooTerms, Twitter, Flickr 

Twitter XMPP mashup in Rails that adds tweets that are tracked via Jabber using a bot to a database. An experiment that is part of a larger project. 

Added: 2008-05-03
Japan Forest Map

Map of forest around Abashiri City, Japan. 

Added: 2007-07-11

A site that aims to make it easier to decide what movies you can watch with your friends. 

Added: 2007-06-05
YahooBBauth, AmazonProductAdvertising, YouTube brings together official government data, news and blog coverage to give you the real story behind what is going on in the Massachusetts Legislature. 

Added: 2007-05-01
Yahoo, Google, FollowTheMoney 
earth album

earth album is a google maps + flickr mash-up that allows you to tour the world visually via top-rated flickr photos. Visit the red houses of Norway, swing through the mountains of China, then fly south to the icy Antarctic, all with a few clicks. 

Added: 2006-09-15


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