Richard and I were thinking, the hardest part of open data mashups is getting started: namely finding and choosing which datasets you're going to use.
We already had a list of resources for the Open Data Mashup Summer Jam Hackathon, but it wasn't inclusive or easy enough to sort through.
So, we decided to make a little app that creates a random list of datasets, based on categories you're interested in.
Last night I compiled a big json file of data sets compiled from data.gov, our title sponsor Socrata's Open Data Portal, the Awesome Public Datasets repo on GitHub, and the World Bank.
That's it really, but I got a lot of help from Stack Overflow and this CSS button tutorial on CodePen.