I have plans to create a service that acts as a landing portal page for hashtags/keywords/categories that links out to various search services.
Running on GLEAMS and prob a place to focus on curating RSS/OPML Reading Lists and creating Rivers of News.
A Webfinger + Webhooks + Subaddressing Experiment (domain expired)
My early attempt at creating a crowdfunding community platform for videobloggers in 2006. This is where I coined the term crowdfunding.
one of the original twitter file sharing services and used oauth, ftp, java and php. users had there own ftp accounts and were able to upload via ftp app or web (java applet) and share links to large files on Twitter and optionally broadcast to @tweetFTP
an experiment that I started in May 2008. Generates a screenshot of a tweet and lets you share it on other services (tumblr) or via email or embed on any page. Over 6000 tweetshots generated. This thing just runs and has had no maintenance or updates
originally a slideshow generator for tweetshots (tweet screenshots). then it was repurposed as a platform for sharing comments on Twitter while watching TV Shows using #tweetshow hashtag and a community hub for Twitter users to follow shows. Backburnered
“TWO InRealLife” – A project that focused on real life meetups. Focused on Social Gestures, QR Codes, SMS, Email, Geofencing and a Gift Economy that encourages Reciprocity. Used the Ingesture API.
The first dedicated videoblogging directory launched in 2005 (before Youtube etc).
vocal.ly, this blog, cross-posts to twitter along with occasional extra tweets. @sull is my main twitter.
Artists in the Cloud
a mailing list that i started in January 2009… filled with interesting people and interesting discourse.
I coined and defined the term “crowdfunding” in 2006 on wikipedia and created a separate wiki when the article was deleted (it has since returned to wikipedia). This is the wiki I maintain and contains a decent list of example projects.
6. Ultrastar Entertainment, LLC
Worked here from 2001 – 2006. This was Co-Founded by David Bowie and we ran his BowieNet Property and Community. We went on to host fan clubs and manage ticket pre-sales for several Artists from The Rolling Stones to The Gaithers to the Hansons.
7. BestWeb Internet
2000-2001 – I worked for an ISP for a while. Comical times! No regrets, despite the pain incurred.
1998-2000 – My Adventure in dotcom boom & bust. We created (burned!) user-generated custom music CDs and snail mailed them out to customers. Got big then bombed in the bust. Napsterization also played a part ;-)