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- Vulgar Tongue Twitter — auto-posting (mildly-NSFW) entries from the 1812 classic “Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue”. I'm not the first person to have this idea, but setting up a Twitter application was interesting.
- Proustr — Twitter account which tweeted the whole of “À La Recherche Du Temps Perdu”.
- Earwickr — Twitter account which tweets “Finnegans Wake” in a loop forever.
- Posted to Reddit or not? — A Chrome Extension which lets you check whether the current URL has been posted to Reddit yet, plus some statistics.
- subredditBookmarks — A Chrome Extension which lets you use Reddit as a bookmarking system.
- Reddit: Get Saved — bookmarklet for extracting all the Reddit URLs you have saved into a neat list.
- Reddit: Images Only — bookmarklet for reducing Reddit pages to just linked images.
- Marvellous Memory Maths — a game to teach children maths using a turn-over-the-cards system. I didn't invent the game, my son did, I just programmed it.
- Movie Keyword Game — guess the movie from its metadata. I'll admit that it's flawed, but there was some interesting work on data to build it.
- Rebootr — a site which generates random ideas for Hollywood movie remakes … just like Hollywood does.
- Kryptonite: a longitudinal study — You may think you know all about Kryptonite, but you're probably wrong.
Weird HTML tricks:
- This is not an image. — Not some theoretical Surrealist art meme, it's really not an image.
- Dot Matrix — Your developer was so preoccupied with whether or not he could, he didn't stop to think if he should.
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