Here you will find a info on websites and applications that I am involved in or have created.
If a project is old and no longer online, it may be removed from here.
AI Hub is a community website I started in August of 2005. The site used to be named 'Chatbot Hub' but was changed in 2008. The site is dedicated to helping those interested in AI and chatterbots as well as spreading information about them. The site contains frequently updated news, articles, reviews, downloads, and links. I still work on and update the site. I have also created a Google Gadget for the site with a little more detail than just an rss feed alone. You can view it to the right, however it is not fully functional on this page.
As the name says, this script is for sending fake news stories to people. Simply fill out their name, city, etc. and it will send them a customized rediculous news story.
This script was written in early 2005. It was distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) beginning in 2009. If you would like to modify or redistribute it you must keep the license and copyright information intact.
This script is listed on HotScripts.com.
Check it out online here:
Get the script for yourself here:
AIML based chatbot/ chatterbot that I started back in 2002. The chatterbot was mainly just for talking with, although it also contained some text based games and services. The bot was originally made for the AIM messaging service, but is no longer online. He could also talk via a web based system for times when he was bumped off AIM.
Freakycowbot went offline for good in mid 2009 (The service I was using to host it went down and I lost some of the source).
You can listen to Freakycowbot's Theme song here! It was the first song I created.
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Leftover Lunch is a site that my brother (Aaron) and I created in 2005 for the Contagious Media Showdown. This was a competition put on by Eyebeam to see who could create the most viral site. Our site came in a respectable 12th out of 60 for overall hits, and 19th for blog links. The competition was only put on for one year.
Our entry, Leftover Lunch, was a site where users could submit and vote on... well... leftover lunches.
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