This python script will detect modem events like DTMF Digits, Busy Tone, Silence etc from phone line using Raspberry Pi 3. Seems to do audio signal analysis to do this.
A utility which brings notification to your shell. It can automatically provide desktop notifications when long running commands finish or it can send push notifications to your phone when a specific command finishes. Can be installed in a virtualenv as long as --system-site-packages is used. As modules for XMPP, Telegram, Instapush, Slack, Rocketchat. If you install from AUR you'll get all of them at once. Plugins are configured in your ~/.config/ntfy/ntfy.yml or ~/.ntfy.yml file.
Software that lets you hook arbitrary services together to do stuff, kind of like Huginn or IFTTT. Designed with less popular services in mind, like Wallabag and Mastodon.
Written in Python with Django, requires Redis. Requires a database of some kind, probably SQLite because there are no specific requirements for it.
A company that data mines social media looking for hotspots. Sends alerts. Don't know about the price or API access.
The homepage of Charles Stross.
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A wiki full of weird stuff, conspiracy theories, and strange happenings to inspire scenarios in your tabletop or live-action RPG.
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DocNow responds to the public's use of socialmedia for chronicling historically significant events as well as demand from scholars, students, and archivists, among others, seeking a user-friendly means of collecting and preserving this type of digital content. app twitter
A web based XMPP client. Designed for multiuser chat. Tries to be be easy to customize and run. plugins and events. mobile aware. github repo. Join multiple MUCs, multiple private conversations. Notifications. Moderation mode. Requires that the server have HTTP bindings enabled.
A portal site at which people share calendars of various sorts which you can watch using Outlook, Thunderbird, Sunbird, or Google Calendar. In Apple iCal format (which is fast becoming a standard).