An overview of the new Jekyll-powered project sandbox section of this website, a directory of projects I have created or contribute to.
A Chrome extension available on the Chrome Web Store that overrides the default Wordpress.org support forum styles and scripts.
I have rereleased a Tumblr theme I made in 2012: Marble Interface, an eloquent, dark green marble theme. The theme is pending approval into the Tumblr market, but for the time being you can grab the HTML template from GitHub.
A small CakePHP app, use the site to search for your character by realm and character name and it’ll generate a quick overview and character preview page based on data from the WoW web API. Use the link in the sidebar to share your profile with friends with fancy character previews built into Facebook, Google… Continue reading
Early in March I got to see Jad Abumrad speak in person at an ASU Emerge presentation at SkySong. Attached is an earlier recording of the presentation.
Where Wizards Stay Up Late is a best-selling history of the Internet documented by former New York Times journalist Katie Hafner and her late husband Matthew Lyon, former UC Berkeley assistant and vice chancellor of public affairs.
This is in response to a question on choosing backup solutions for a WordPress project. My response has grown beyond the maximum allowed response length, so I have moved it here to my blog. Forgive me, it has been a while since I last used WordPress, but this should be general enough to apply to… Continue reading
Book review of The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by Robert Heinlein, set in future dystopian lunar colonies made up of underground burrows and tunnels where Earth’s exiles live.
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything is the pop-economics non-fiction product of economist Steven Levitt and New York Times journalist Stephen Dubner. Building on a neo-classical approach to economics, the authors argue that economics, at heart, is the study of incentives.