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    Select. Right Click. NotePaste!

    by  • February 11, 2012 • Projects • 0 Comments

    The NotePaste extension to Google Chrome allows you to select any content on any page and instantly create notes by right clicking and hitting the NotePaste button! Say “That was easy!” Plus, clicking on the NotePaste icon near the address bar will create a QR code for any web site you are on! Which...

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    NotePaste.com – A better way to share

    by  • January 9, 2012 • Projects • 2 Comments

    There have been many times where I wanted to share an image, part of news article, piece of code, an embedded video or even a funny conversation with my friends quickly. Whenever I tried to copy/paste the text into the Facebook chat or MSN messenger, the formatting would be completely lost, making it unreadable...

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    Twitter based drinking game – 21Shots

    by  • November 6, 2011 • Projects • 0 Comments

    21Shots

    “Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters, informally known as “tweets”. When started, Twitter was a micro-blogging platform. In just under 5 years, with 200 million users, Twitter has been used for so many things that you can start a trending topic just...

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    iMeant – Smarter Corrections

    by  • November 6, 2011 • Projects • 1 Comment

    iMeant

    Don’t you hate it when you’re messaging someone and you make a typo? Or worse, when the autocorrect suggests something completely ridiculous or unwanted, but you’ve already sent the message to change it? Well, I do too. So I thought, why not correct your errors – even AFTER you’ve sent the message. My concept is iMeant....

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    Tweeting answers – KailashJR

    by  • November 3, 2011 • Projects • 2 Comments

    Wouldn’t it be so cool if whenever you had a question, instead of searching it online at a million of different places, you could Tweet your question and instantly be replied with the answer?

    I thought it would be cool too! Thats why I made @KailashJr. From adding numbers to providing weather information, KailashJr is made to Tweet back instantly with the answer.

    All you have to do is Tweet: “@KailashJr what is….”

    For example “@kailashjr q: mass of sun / gdp of china”

     

    QuikPlay

    by  • October 23, 2011 • Projects • 3 Comments

    What? QuikPlay is a tool designed to bring you music instantly! just enter the song and hear the magic. – and you dont really need to be very specific with the search. QuikPlay knows what you want to hear!   Why? Because we dont have time to search for songs! we know the name,...

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    SIRI – $120,000,000 = Mitini

    by  • October 23, 2011 • Projects • 12 Comments

    UPDATE: When i made Mitini, it was a for-fun/learning experience/challenge for myself. I used free APIs available on the web to perform some functions and never intended or expected it to be used by so many people (im greatful for that!). But since, it has been used so many times, (in just the past 2 days, I have exceeded more 25 times my allotted MONTHLY API requests!!) the providers have blocked any more requests. Therefore, Mitini will not be able to function properly. I am very sorry for that but there is nothing I can do. They would like to discuss licensing of the API however I can’t afford it (student life :P ).

     

    When Apple demonstrated the SIRI on their iPhone 4s, I was pretty amazed – I mean, its crazy! Talking to an electronic device to make it do stuff! Now everyone can somewhat feel like Iron Man. I had heard about Siri before. It was an app on the App Store. Aftering google’ing ‘siri, I found out that it was actually acquired by Apple in April of 2010 for an estimated $120,000,000 dollars.

    That’s a lot of money!

    So i was wondering if i could make my own “Siri”. Looks like I somewhat can.