1st Prize : MakerBot Thing-O-Matic 3D Printer
Bitly News is a news site powered by bit.ly
clicks. Top stories are the most popular links being shared on the internet right
It works by automatically discovering bit.ly links on Twitter in real-time, then posting stories with high click activity on bit.ly. Each story's score is periodically updated with recent stats from bit.ly, so the most clicked-on stories bubble to the top.
* developed by Jeff Miller.
2nd Prize :1TB USB hard drive
It breaks up files into chunks, the chunks are stored
on bit.ly, and the chunks can be reassembled from a single bit.ly URL.
* developed by Neal Poole.
Do you use bit.ly to shorten the links you tweet? Find
out which of the topics you tweet about get the most clicks..
* developed by Charlie Reverte.
that provides collection of useful features designed for Twitter users. Most Twitter
and Bit.ly features in one plugin.
* developed by Sergej Müller.
3rd Prize : BuckyBalls magnetic desk toy!
This jQuery button gives you a uniform click count button -tall or wide- that
people can also use it to retweet your post.
* developed by me :)
bit.ly db is A key-value store built on bit.ly.
* developed by Andrew Gwozdziewycz.
Shorten for S60 is an application to create short URL's with the bit.ly URL shortening
service. Short URL's can be expanded and information about short URL's be displayed
(long URL, website title, user & global hash, user & global clicks, created by).
* developed by Martin Dehler.
A visualization of bit.ly referrers.
* Developed by Ina Centaur.
A twitter bot that scans the user tweets for bitly URLs and then sends related
URLs and tweets.
* developed by Nabeel Mukhtar.
Ta.gy turns any URL into a printable stencil (complete with QR code) that can
be read by humans and most smart phones.
* developed by Ian Jennings.
Just like HN plus bit.ly clicks and tweet counts from twitter and backtweets!
* developed by Alexander Sicular.
A web ring of bit.ly links.
* developed by Jonathan Vingiano.
A tool that uses bit.ly QR Codes for FourSquare check-ins.
A jabber bot that shortens and expands bit.ly links.
* developed by Tjeerd Jan
A widget for quickly creating bit.ly links within the Salesforce CRM.
Tables for using the bit.ly API with Yahoo!’s unified query language.