Weekend Project: Likelist.ca

Update: Source code on Github
Introducing www.likelist.ca. A way to share all of your likes and favorites from across the web. You can think of it like about.me except with your ‘likes’ from various social networks embedded on a Pinterest style page.
Planned Improvements
Infinite scroll, more services, pop out images for a larger view, user thumbnails, personal pages, visuals for tweets with no links and instructions 🙂
Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t provide a users likes without authentication, which defeats the purpose of having a public like list and Google Plus doesn’t have an API for retrieving +1’s yet.


Weekend Project: Optimize your cell phone plan (Canada Only)

Note: This is a very basic prototype and it not meant for consumers at this point and the pricing for the plans are not current.

I built a simple web service that compares Canadian cellphone plans. It can be found at http://cellgauge.alwaysdata.net. Just upload a previous bill from Rogers, Bell or Fido and get a recommendation on which plan you should be using. You also get graphs about your usage. Hosting is provided by alwaysdata for free so please excuse the speed of the site.


  • Only reads Rogers, Bell or Fido bills
  • Only compares plans from Bell, Fido and Telus
  • Only compares based on monthly minutes in plan (charged using carrier rate if you go over), evenings and weekend usage, free 5 friends calling
  • No long distance support
  • The carrier’s plan data is not updated automatically
  • No text messaging or data support