Martin Ström
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A few weeks ago we (me & Konst & Teknik) finally released the long taking new version of CopyPasteCharacter.com — a website to help people find and copy symbols and characters that are not very easily accessible from the keyboard.

The main new thing, featurewise, is that we included many more characters than the previous version had. More characters has been the top #1 feature request the past three years the site has been online. To make the site easy to use with all new characters, we have divided everything into different sets/collections such as “Numerals”, “Symbols” and “Graphic shapes”.
We also made it possible to create your own set with characters and some smaller things like sharing sets and decide what set that should be the start set on CopyPasteCharacter.com.

www.copypastecharacter.com


Medborgarbussen / SNMBL

SNMBL is a manifestation against the constant increasing prices in public transportation in Stockholm. The first event took place on September, 18 at Slussen, Stockholm.

Daniel Eskils, together with a bunch of other people documented everything and made a movie from the event (here with English subtitles):

Peter and I did the website for the project and the manifestation. To make it easier to find out where the buses were all the time, I built an iPhone app that tracked the current location of the iPhone and sent it to the server. Then a map on the web page reads the latest reported location and show the bus’s location on the map with all the stops.

Read more about the project on www.medborgarbussen.se — mostly in Swedish though.


Linkli.st

linklist

We’ve been working on a new service on and off for a few months, called Linkli.st. The service was first launched in May but the last week we added some new (and awesome!) features so you should check it out.

Linklist is based around the very simple concept of creating, sharing and browse lists with links. It can be used for basically everything but I’ve found it very useful for things like:

We’re adding new features and working on it all the time so be sure to follow our Twitter feed (@linkli_st) for updates.


CSS is in progress