Here are some software projects that I have built over the years. Back before distributed
version control (like git) even existed or became popular, back before github and the more contemporary
means of sharing software took hold, we used to build stupid pages and throw stuff on the web.
This is a lot of that. I've build some stuff that I thought was interesting enough to share, and
I mostly keep it here for posterity or to generate interest. A lot of it is aged and dying, but
maybe of utility to somebody.
I also have projects on GitHub which probably aren't showcased here:
Check it out...
- pure-data (pd) - My patches/abstracts for pure-data (pd).
- Debian on XPS15 9550 - Some notes about running Debian Linux on the Dell XPS15 9550
- crystalfontz in perl - My take on the packet protocol for CrystalFontz serial (rs232) devices from Perl
- Infinity Footpedal - A USB transcription pedal, made to work with Pd
- eren - Perl expression file renaming
- the ghetto drum system - PC based drum trigger system built from simple components
- p5glove - Getting the P5 Glove functioning in pure-data (pd) in Linux via Open Sound Control
- nzbperl - NZB based nntp/usenet downloader in Perl (use those NZB files in Linux!)
It was pretty cool once upon a time...
- ChachScan - Halflife server scanner
- PicMeme - automated visual meme browsing
- debdeps.pl - Reverse dependency finder for Debian apt
- linkpile - I pile up links for your perusal.
- conmat - Real simple stupid console matix simulator for DOS, to be used in a 16-monitor monochrome video wall
- Text Terminal - Configurable Win32 screen saver that displays text from a local file or network URL.
- Mailthingy - Windows command line util to send a text message to a PCS phone
- TacoPost - Simple yet flexible MFC Windows app to post your dynamic IP to a web page
- BattleMail Cheat/Crack - Simple and small utility (with full source code) to extract moves from a BattleMail document (and cheat your ass off).
- Scrollie - used to scroll a bunch of random text in a browser window. Looks like something they would put in a movie. Details.