Hacks Submitted


  1. 993

    Semantic News Search++

    Submitted by The Semantics

    Keyword based search is not always enough! The resulting web pages will always have the keywords in the text. But what if you would like to search for non specific terms, that may or may not appear in the text. For example, you would like to search for articles about "Companies based in Palo Alto" or "Banks of Switzerland" or "Australian Billionaires". How do you do that right now with current search engines? Semantic News Search++ is a search engine that allows you to search by high level…

    • The Semantics Members
    • Ferner Cilloniz Bicchi
    • Juan F. Sequeda
  2. 994

    Java API Search

    Submitted by WTF is Javascript?

    Search the Java API quickly and efficiently

    • WTF is Javascript? Members
    • Seth Hoenig
    • Matthew Hausmann
  3. 995

    Break Time

    Submitted by Milandro Inc.

    This application creates a button at the top of the screen that will link you to a random flash game. You can also submit flash games you think are interesting. Once logged in you can see games you chose as your favorites and in the future also games your friends have played and how long you have played.

    • Milandro Inc. Members
    • Milan Raj
  4. 996

    Dirty Deed

    Submitted by

    Database cleaning and scoring system which assigns particular record sets to individuals for upkeep and maintenance.

    • Members
    • Dwayne Smurdon
    • Josh Steuart
    • Tye Harrison
  5. 997

    RiffNotes

    Submitted by Half Way There

    RiffNotes is an online note taking utility designed with college students in mind. Notes from college courses can be easily organize by semester or class. The built in search function aids you when you need resources other than your professor.

    • Half Way There Members
    • Paul Marbach
    • Chase Coney
    • Tucker Bickler
  6. 998

    RiffNotes

    Submitted by Half Way There

    RiffNotes is an online note taking utility designed with college students in mind. Notes from college courses can be easily organize by semester or class. The built in search function aids you when you need resources other than your professor.

    • Half Way There Members
    • Paul Marbach
    • Chase Coney
    • Tucker Bickler
  7. 999

    Search Wars

    Submitted by Team Super Awesome

    A game where you compete against another player to find a search term with the most results for a particular site.

    • Team Super Awesome Members
    • Russell Bicknell
    • Gaurav Sanghani
    • Andy Brown
  8. 1000

    Future Watch

    Submitted by

    An investor information tool to provide quick and concise news on the future of companies and indexes.

    • Members
    • Sid Upadhyay
  9. 1001

    Twinema

    Submitted by

    A location based movie recommendation system that ranks movies using twitter popularity.

    • Members
    • Mariana Sada
    • Diego Benitez
    • Angélica Rosenzweig
  10. 1002

    Twinema

    Submitted by Angélica Rosenzweig

    Location-based movie recommendations using twitter feedback and real-time showtimes.

    • Angélica Rosenzweig Members
    • Mariana Sada
    • Diego Benitez
    • Angélica Rosenzweig
    • Angélica Rosenzweig
  11. 1010

    openDoor

    Submitted by Mo-ob Zienazuntiego

    Dynamic function input validation in Javascript. Create your JS application (objects, functions) on some files and then create "door declarations" in some other files during development phase. If a function is misused (wrong numbers of arguments, wrong types, wrong range...), an error in thrown with a useful debugging message. When in productions, remove the "door declarations". Your application still works the same. Another usage for doors in production is security. A door can be used…

    • Mo-ob Zienazuntiego Members
    • David Bruant