Music streaming is taking over as the way people access and share the songs they like, but this tends to silo users by the streaming services they use. A Spotify link does not work for someone who only uses Apple Music, Google Play, or any of a growing number of services. Recognizing this as a nuisance experienced by millions of people, a team of Hack Reactor students built Songlink, a tool that creates links that can access songs from all the most popular streaming services. Within weeks of its release, Songlink was featured on LifeHacker, Product Hunt, and many appreciative tweets.
Daniel Liebeskind finished the Hack Reactor program in January 2014 and is currently building a stealth-mode Unmanned Aerial Systems (drone) company for consumer applications. Daniel worked on programming and drones for his Hack Reactor Student Project. Using Node.js and Leap Motion Daniel could control drones in a novel way. Check out his demo.