The computer demands a blog

Today, I’m releasing the source code for a couple of my past projects.

The projects

  • Instant.fm, a music playlist sharing service. [github]
  • Fling, a way to send songs, videos, and urls from your phone to your desktop computer by flicking your wrist. [github]

I released the code for these projects a while ago but never posted about it:

Your turn!

Release some of your own code! All the cool kids are doing it. Happy hacking!

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Feross Aboukhadijeh I'm Feross, a programmer, entrepreneur, open sorcerer, and mad scientist.

I build WebTorrent, a torrent library for the web, WebTorrent Desktop, the best desktop torrent app, and Standard, a JavaScript linter. In my free time, I build Play, a music video app and NodeFoo, a Node.js documentation site.

I also maintain 100+ packages on npm. All my code is freely accessible on my GitHub page. If you like my work, support me on Patreon. Thanks to all my awesome supporters!

Lastly, I run Study Notes, a site to help students study better and get into college, and have done that since I was in high school myself.

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