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Stig Bakke's brother Stig
 Norway
Virtual Map Pins Printer Friendly Version
So after Stig returned from Iceland, he thought it would be kind of cool to put up one of those big maps with pins in all the places he had been (he traveled via Panama City and Osaka). Unfortunately, Stig doesn't have any free wall space.
After we argued for a bit about whether he should take down his ancient Def Leppard poster, we agreed that being able to do this on a computer would save a lot of space. There are plenty of map programs, but are there any that allow you to insert virtual pins?
Reward: Full credit for the idea, a copy of the software, and some new socks. 

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keros
 USA
ITunes Web Server Application Printer Friendly Version
A simple webapplication that interfaces with iTunes to control the following through a web interface:
1. Control the volume
2. Skip tracks
3. Select an available playlist
3a. Select playlist should be used by "Party Shuffle"
I know this may/may not have limited use, but I use iTunes to play music for any parties that I host. The system serving up the music is inside downstairs and the music is playing outside. I'd like to be able to use my Audrey to access this system, which is why a webapp is needed instead of VNC.
Reward: A copy of the software. 

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rose777
 Canada
Songplayer/writer conversion software Printer Friendly Version
This product is a type of software built into your average keyboard. Basically, whenever a musician comes up with a tune/song in their heads, instead of writing it down manually, they can select a tempo on their keyboard (indicated by the screen, and by the sound of a chosen type of percussion), select record, and then after a 10 second count, the musician will begin playing their piece. Once finished, the musician presses stop. Then a floppy disk may be removed from the keyboard and inserted to a computer. The finished piece will be ready in music theory notation (like regular sheet music), and can be printed out.
Reward: The product. 

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