calc

calc

An experiment to write a “free form” calculator with variables. I say “experiment”, because it’s sort of technically dangerous to allow that sort of thing and should be used with caution!

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Butterfingers

Butterfingers

Made this little alligator/dinosaur/dragon guy for the gf back in February.

SplitFrame

splitframe

SplitFrame is a bookmarklet I wrote for work to compare two different instances of a site. Usually, I’ll use it to compare my development instance against deployed. SplitFrame’s main selling point is that as the left frame is navigated, the right will follow.

It proves useful pretty regularly for me. Let me know if it does for you too. Suggestions/forks welcome.

Link: http://rocktronica.github.com/splitframe
Source https://github.com/rocktronica/splitframe

Heinlein Slot Machine

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Fun Fun Records

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Quick and Dirty Word Frequency Analysis with JavaScript

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A Couple Handy Bookmarklets

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Passing the OneFileCMS Torch

It’s the nature of making that, as time goes on and mental bandwidth throttles, some projects must fall by the wayside. OneFileCMS, my first project to get any real attention, is one of them.

That’s why I’m so glad to say that I’m passing the torch to another developer. David is a smart, talented gent and (if his git commits to the project are any indication) is the perfect guy to take over OneFileCMS.

His repo: https://github.com/Self-Evident/OneFileCMS

Thank you, David!

Cleaner Netflix CSS

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iClicks++

Here now, a quick script to count event occurrences* in real time, without resorting to archaic tally marks.

* What, you ask? Oh, anything, I suppose. Speech disfluencies, annoying sounds, the number of times I think about Dorito shell tacos every day, etc.

http://jsfiddle.net/rocktronica/seHze/
https://gist.github.com/2156283