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Street Defense is a multiplayer tower defense type game that uses your geo location to create the game map and the streets as a path between the two players bases. Street Defense also integrates with facebook to add additional features including stronger monsters based on a random selection of your facebook friends.
Let's you easily browse/search all of your movies. Also let's you vote on movies with friends to quickly choose what to watch at parties.
Visualize an internet search with snazzy Minecraft-style voxels. Also: make google and yahoo angry at you for overusing their search APIs...
This is a "Java Collaborative Editor". It enables multiple users to edit, compile, and run the same java program in real time. In addition there is a chat room, so that users can communicate. This is accomplished through the use of HTML5 Websockets in Node.js (with Socket.io).
A webcam-driven procedural music generator. (Currently it lives on my laptop as a Java program, so we don't have an associated URL...)
Graphs and describes arbitrary data.
Play Katamari Damacy on any webpage. Roll your ball to victory in this multiplayer game against your friends.
flickrMosaic creates incredible mosaics of flickr images. You can use your own images or search for ones from flickr. There is an option to download images so you can share your favorite ones with the world!
We use take a user's Google Calendar and tell them how their day will be. There's climbing and rappelling involved, and also a very special guest appearance.
Hack your way to victory in this cityville hack.
Make the web the way you want to see it
A hack for KEXP radio fans. This is dedicated to keeping tabs on what music is played on local Seattle radio. Users may see what has been recently played and keep track of songs they like. The hack features a web page that interfaces with the Grooveshark tinysong API to generate playlists and play back favorited or recent music from the radio.