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On October 30th, 1987, an unknown band played an acoustic set at CBGBs. A few New Yorkers got to see them. The songs became classics. That band was Guns N Roses.
BandsNearby is a Spotify app that helps you discover amazing, unknown bands that are playing at the intimate NY venues you know and love. You can easily build a playlist of music based on dates and venues. For example, the bands playing in the Lower East Side next Friday and Saturday. Then spend the week getting to know your favorite songs and which shows are worth checking out.
You love your local music venues like Living Room, Rockwood, and Arlene's Grocery. But should you plan to see next Friday's show at Cake Shop? Or Pianos?
BandsNearby is the ultimate local music discovery tool.
A ride share matching web app for New Yorkers planning on going to the Hamptons who want to avoid taking the bus.
FourTell (fourtell.co) - What is FourTell? You're one of those digital people who compulsively check in to foursquare everywhere you go. Earning badges is cool, but let's face it – not many of your friends use foursquare and sharing is the whole point! Now you can let your friends know via text message or email when you check into something they'd like. FourTell lets you create groups of friends by interests and notifies them when you use that hashtag in a foursquare check in.
Turning local neighborhoods into personalized marketplaces where people can buy and/or trade. (Fora Vincina is Latin for local markets.)
Built using Dwolla, Twilio, Sendgrid, foursquare and Google Maps APIs.
You're sitting on your flight and it's not taking off. Tornados or some shit. You're taxiing around for hours. The people are getting annoying. You're getting hungry. There's only one logical way to cope with all that frustration.
Who Do We Eat Next is the exciting new game that lets you vote on which obnoxious person on your flight you get to eat next.
View the other passengers in your grounded flight and text the seat of the annoying person. Maybe they stuffed the overhead compartment or are talking loudly on their cell. The winner gets eaten.
It's like survivor, but with nom noms.
Lines suck. Credit cards suck. And awkwardly waiting for your food sucks.
Check in Take out is a Foursquare connected app that lets you check in as usual, order directly off the menu, pay with venmo and get an alert when your order is ready.
You know what doesn't suck? A kickass cashless in-person ordering process.
Steps for demo:
- Go to Check in Take Out and auth your foursquare account
- Use your phone and check in to a restaurant (it must have a menu with items that have prices). You can search for "Loving Hut" in NYC.
- You'll see the connected app appear, click it and you'll get a web app with all the menu items of that restaurant.
- Select whatever you want and checkout. confirm.
- At this point you'll be prompted to log in to venmo. Probably not a great idea unless you want to send your money to us. (Merchants aren't set up yet) You can skip this step.
- The merchant (Loving Hut, in this case) would get an SMS alert that there's a new order and link to an "order management" page. This allows the merchant to click when an order is ready.
- When the order is marked as ready for pick up, the customer gets an SMS (Twilio) or an email (Sendgrid).
Job searching sucks. Applicants may have raw talent but show up unprepared and miss opportunities.
Career Hound generates an intelligent, customized todo list for the companies and jobs you're interested in. Complete the steps and impress the shit out of your interviewer.
We split the process into three stages for each company that has a matching job: Prepare, Meet, Apply. For each stage, CareerHound provides dynamically generated todo items specific to that company or job.
- Prepare: Read the website, download the app, and be able to explain to your grandma what the company does.
- Meet: Connect with the founders on Twitter. Discover mutual connections via LinkedIn and have coffee.
- Apply: Pull the trigger with an amazing cover letter, get an interview and get the job.
Career Hound - The job hunt is on!
Some of the todo items (from APIs) include:
- Check out their Crunchbase profile
- Read NYT articles about the company
- Authenticate on LinkedIn to discover 2nd degree contacts
- Read the company profile on The Muse
Built on coffee, dodgeballs and caffeinated gum by the best fucking hackathon team ever:
Bitly TV Sync leverages the BoxFish API and Bitly Story API to help augment your live TV viewing experience. Simply login with your bitly account and then select what channel you are watching on TV. You will then be presented with a list of topics and keywords that are trending currently on that channel. Select the topics you want more information on and then press 'SYNC!" and you create a new bitly Story from those topics where you can browse the top 10 links for that Story and see clickrate trends for that Story for the last 12 hours.
In addition to the APIs this hack was built using PHP, jquerymobile and highcharts.