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Thursday, October 07, 2004

Dropcash API

I've added a new page to Dropcash where I link to a few plugins that have been written for Dropcash as well as other information developers and campaign organizers might need. The Dropcash API is not quite ready to be shown, but here are a few items that might help you in the meantime.


  • Dear Andre

    Will the dropcash API allow people to set up dropcash campaigns on the fly? I would like people to be able to create cash drops for themselves on my site.

    I think that Drocash is amazing.

    It may revolutionise the way that people make purchases, revolutionize the economy of the world even.

    There are so many things which do not have a marginal cost of production, and thus ownership: anything 'soft,' existing in the world of words, images, and information. Maybe one day all these things will be purchased using drop cash?

    Programmers will programme, musicians will make music, designers will design, writers will write, not for a particular customer but for a community of customers. And the advantage will be that once a price satisfying to the producer has been met, that creation will be free. Madonna will create a drop cash for her next single, Bill Gates will create a drop cash for the next version of windows, Spielberg a drop cash for his next feature film.

    But what is to stop the drop cash creator from taking the money and not supplying the goods? Is there going to be (or is their already) a two tiered version where a mail is sent out to all the donors for them to verify that the task has actually been performed?

    Do you sell shares?!

    By Blogger Timothy Takemoto, at November 19, 2004 at 11:02 PM  

  • "Take a peek at the classes given to you in the badge."

    How does one do that, since a "view source" doesn't produce the badge script's output, but ismply the call to the script?

    By Blogger The One True b!X, at November 26, 2004 at 10:07 PM  

  • Anyone? Bueller?

    By Blogger The One True b!X, at January 1, 2005 at 1:34 PM  

  • I put the badge url from the script into my browser and then did a view source and found the styles, but when I try to override them using the !important tag, nothing happens.

    By Blogger ted, at January 13, 2005 at 10:40 PM  

  • Interesting blog. I have a xml example blog.

    By Blogger Steve Austin, at October 2, 2005 at 9:12 AM  

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