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Help Me Beta Test My New App, Romulist
I’m working on a new project, and I could use your help! It’s called Romulist, and it’s an application for monthly reminder emails.
My Name Is Tommy
Black People and White People Shaking Hands (dot com)
A satire* of corporate buzzword culture. Synergy. Blogosphere. Continue reading
Hey! This site doesn’t exist anymore. It had a good run.
Symposium Digital Posters
Display four different, looping, auto-playing PowerPoint/Keynote presentations on four displays. These presentations will be populated with text and graphics supplied by various academic people, and odds are good that the info will need to be occasionally updated and/or everything can be repurposed later. Continue reading
CSS Killswitch works by creating a unique, inconspicuous, and innocuous stylesheet that you’ll link the potentially problematic client’s site to. Should negotiations go south and passwords get changed before you receive payment, that stylesheet can be activated to superficially black out the site, returning to you the upper hand. Continue reading