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Short links for August 23rd, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on August 23rd, 2007:

  • Vacation, All I Never Wanted – United States citizens annually have 0 days legally required paid annual leave.
  • Ultimate Flash Face – Construct faces from a comprehensive list of face features like hair, head, eyebrows, glasses, eyes, nose, moustache, mouth, jaw and beard.
  • Disposable Coffee Cup Lids – The innovative lid alerts consumers their coffee/tea may be too hot by changing from a dark coffee bean color to a bright red when the lid is applied.
  • Lily – Lily is a browser-based, visual programming environment that lets people create programs graphically, without writing code, by drawing connections between data, images, sounds, text and graphics.
  • Web OS rundown – 45+ Web Operating Systems
  • Digg redesign – Home page improvements coming, paving the way for digg images.
  • Recap of the WYYC’s Yo-Yo Modifying Contest – From all accounts, Shinobu Konmoto’s “Nostalgia” was the clear winner and perhaps one of the most amazing entries the contest has ever seen. Shinobu’s creation was a scratch built recreation of a vintage car wheel.

Lily – open source, browser-based, visual programming environment written in JavaScript

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Max/MSP by Cycling ’74 is one of the most well known graphical/visual programming environments for music, audio, and multimedia.

Max/MSP provides an easy way to turn your ideas into applications. Instead of programming everything from scratch, you can use a visual toolkit of objects, and connect them together with patch cords.

Likewise, Lily enables users to build programs graphically by connecting functional modules to fetch and direct the flow of data, play sound or video, add interactivity or display results.

Lily is written in JavaScript. It can run in a browser as Firefox add-on, standalone using XULrunner, and it can even be embedded in a web page.

Lily Beatbox
Rudimentary beatbox created in Lily

There are already over 150 modules available for Lily, including web services modules for API’s like Flickr and Wikipedia, UI modules that wrap widgets from YUI and Google Maps, and more. Even database connectivity is possible.
These modules are also written in JavaScript, which means you can also write your own modules.

Currently Lily is in private development, but a public beta should be out soon. You can already check some cool demos here.