The Institute has produced one book and several websites.





Traffic Life





Traffic Life: Passionate Tales and Exit Strategies

An anthology about car culture. With short stories, cartoons, poems, and lots of other art. Paperback, published in 2004; 270 pages with 16 in full colour.

Visit trafficlife.com

Logging It





Logging It

A Ruby on Rails web application for private log books. Very simple but very versatile and useful.

Visit loggingit.com

stephansmap





stephansmap

A space-time wiki build with Ruby on Rails and Google maps. Great for documenting facts and stories about places and times.

Visit stephansmap.org



clocklist






clocklist

Keep a list of your contacts and their time zones with this Ruby on Rails application. Look up their local time by their name when needed.

Visit clocklist.com

embargolink




embargolink

If you want to publish an idea or a prediction, but not right away, however you want people to believe you that you thought of it today, then use embargolink, another Ruby on Rails application.

Visit embargolink.com

rpsmatch





rpsmatch

Play the famous Rock, Paper, Scissors game online. This version supports three players through the addition of an extra "weapon". The rules are adapted from the ordinary two-player game in an ingenious way. Also built with Ruby on Rails.

Visit rpsmatch.com

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Random Stocks

A service that publishes a daily list of randomly selected publicly traded stocks. The list is generated automatically every day by a Ruby script.

Visit randomstocks.buckmaster.ca

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Benchology

Are you looking to make a bench for your yard? Benchology gives you lots of design ideas for benches. Only humans make benches. Hosted on tumblr.

Visit benchology.com

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Channel URL

Write any text you want and it will give you a URL so you can copy the URL and share it at your website or with your friends. This is a tiny Sinatra application.

Visit channelurl.com

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Whatzilla

You upload a picture of something and ask what/why/how/where that is and wait for answers. Or, you look through the pix and answer the questions. A Ruby on Rails application.

Visit whatzilla.com

Note: All Rails applications are served through unicorn and nginx.