Note: I’m using a Year/Month/Day format, because it is awesome.
Reworked this blog to have a fresh look and responsive design.
Modifying the U2F Zero to be easier to build for hobbyists.
Creating a parameterized red noise generator in hardware.
Finding a crowbar-parameterizable red noise parameter function.
Making a NAS that can fit in furniture.
A pretty frontend for nose, the python test runner.
Better command line scripting with Python.
Another binary-to-text encoding scheme, in the vein of base64.
Write encrypted files with PEP-343 with blocks. (no page)
FPGA based, hardware accelerated fractal calculation/display. (no page)
Another attempt on the Reprap thing.
Flyer generator and poker. (no page)
Photo gallery of a little phone accessory hack.
A one-stop graph for your github participation.
A mini-diary for the twitter age, backed by Evernote.
Summer of 2011, worked at a startup: good times within
Hacked on an audio tool similar to Reactable, based on Mozilla’s extended audio APIs
EFF Flyer modifications
Once upon a midnight weary, I came across a Twilio tarried…
Some data visualization of various metrics of costs of different CPUs; aka, fun with Protovis
Better icons for the board game Arimaa
What if everything you loved… was trying to kill you??? In collaboration with Grant Kot, Mark Liu, and some input from Willie Neiswanger during the HackNY Hackathon in spring 2011
A quickie script to automate away the submission of labs for Advanced Programming (course W3157)
A plugin to solve a texture discontinuity in sphere maps
Gimp plugin to make a series of images suitable for upload and tagging into a banner using 5 images. Finished during Devfest’s opening hackathon
Animation to illustrate a future project concept
My entry for the HackNY hackathon, Fall 2010, attempting to solve a particular hackathon inefficiency
Just a blog post on my summer research
A little something I did for a swell professor of mine
Just a series of pictures of my work on a metal reprap
An online LaTeX editor
The only piece of code I still have from high school: a lisp program written for Thinkquest
What? That’s all?!
I was writing code before this time, but the code is lost to time, or I forgot wholesale about it, or I don’t want to inflict the world with horrendous formatting/techniques.