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Beat Sequencer in HTML5 - 7 views

    A drum machine! Click the buttons you want to play while the loop is going. Then press "Run" and listen to the beat magic. You can change the tempo, too, if you'd like-just stop the loop (by pressing "Run" again) and then edit the bpm. Right now the sequencer only works in Safari and Firefox because Chrome doesn't support aif/wav files yet-and Internet Explorer is… well… Internet Explorer. On the bright side, there's no flash or other plugin involved. It's all HTML 5 and JavaScript. Created by Jesse Jackson / Pattern86.
yc c - search Twitter history and export tweets to Excel - 6 views

    Searchtastic is a new Twitter search engine that searches historical tweets and more. Beat the major search engines in this Twitter search comparison. Searches "historical" tweets from months ago. Exports search results to Excel. Expands shortened URLs. Allows searches for a particular user and the people that user follows.1 Shows popular topics during the last 24 hours in a hash tag cloud. Hash tags, like #followfriday, indicate the topic of a tweet. We derive our hash tag cloud independently of Twitter's trending topics. Features an innovative "click search" interface. Click on any word in the results to add it to the search. Or remove search terms by clicking on words under the search box. Provides instant access to the Top 400 users ranked by the number of followers.
Tyme 2.0

ForceDo - Free Online to do list for productive people :) - 8 views

shared by Tyme 2.0 on 04 Feb 10 - Cached
    "ForceDo is a free online to do list. You can add as many tasks as you want and start a timer which will force you to get things done. ForceDo will help you beat your procrastination. Start to be productive now!"
James Rozikun

Sabine Lisicki crushes Kaia Kanepi to reach Wimbledon semi-finals - 0 views

    ermany's Sabine Lisicki backed up her shock win over the world No1 Serena Williams by beating Kaia Kanepi of Estonia 6-3, 6-3 to reach the semi-finals at Wimbledon for the second time in four years. The 23-year-old showed greater composure and used her greater experience to move within one win of her first grand slam final.
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