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- A Twilio clone of the Dial-A-Joke system. The joke with the most votes is considered the featured joke and is played when you call the application's phone number.
- A simple wait list management app. It's meant to replace the expensive pager systems typically found at restaurants and other businesses that make patrons wait. TextWhosNext sends patrons a text...
- hearSay lets you make recorded phone calls from an anonymous number using only your web browser. hearSay uses Twilio Client to connect the user to any US number, then emails the user a recording of...
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