Yahoo Hack Day 2008: Features "SnackUpon, WYSIWYG editors and more"

Yahoo! hosted their third annual Hack Day 2008 this weekend, that features: Will Duff’s What You See is What You Get web page builder that you can open in a browser window. This is hardly the first web-based WYSIWYG editor, but it seriously makes it easy for anyone to build a simple web page in a matter […]

Yahoo! hosted their third annual Hack Day 2008 this weekend, that features: Will Duff’s What You See is What You Get web page builder that you can open in a browser window. This is hardly the first web-based WYSIWYG editor, but it seriously makes it easy for anyone to build a simple web page in a matter of seconds. You can export the results as an HTML file which you can upload to your web server.

Jordan Sissel’s SnackUpon that uses Yahoo! Pipes and delicious to create a StumbleUpon-type service that will show you a list of web pages you might be interested in based on your delicious bookmarks and tags.

Team Gokuso’s method of displaying CAPTCHAs by pulling imagery from Flickr. And the Game Changers team came up with an offbeta idea. Their iHeater web app basically pulls together 4 YouTube videos of fireplaces or space heaters on a single page. The goal? To burn CPU cycles which will overheat your computer and turn it into a space heater.

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