Half Baked Ideas is the online development code kitchen of self-proclaimed "ideas guy" CyberMat.
I brewed on a regular weekly basis for around a year, registered for beer duty, and sold the output to a renowned real ale pub.
A core background component of all my projects, DyadStats helps me see what's really happening online.
Most villages regularly produce newsletters, and the half-baked idea of Local Journal was/is to offer a way for people to submit their content and for editors to publish it online.
There’s a certain well known platform that allows people to review hospitality venues, and seems to want to monetise the pain caused by the bad ones. I like the idea of a friendlier alternative.
A complete poker tournament management system specifically designed to work on flakey networks.
The original idea for pshoot was to develop a system that could read emails and post the content online.
CamVino is on online wine shop which allows me to continually develop and enhance a range of components focussing on sales and marketing.
Originally designed for small food businesses to create menus with automatic allergy info, I’m now using it as a domestic meal planner
Rather than using a social media, I prefer the idea of writing the occasional pithy yet witty summary of the life and times of yours truly and send it to a select group. Ok so it's a way to test mailing list functions - you got me.
It's good to sort out the lab once in a while.
Note to self: add links to components/experiments.