The Quick & Dirty:

  • 9+ years in the biz, 10 messing around
  • All the latest in HTML, CSS, JS & PHP (Sorry, no .net or Ruby skills yet)
  • Cross-browser compatible code from Photoshop or Illustrator files.. or napkins!
  • Custom Specialities in Wordpress theming & plugins, Twitter & jQuery
  • Subversion, server-log analysis, and blocking hack-attempts (of late).
  • Data/Project Geek. I ♥ timelines.

I’ve compiled some handy PHP functions I’ve had to whip up. More extensive code-samples are also available.

Wordpress-from-Photoshop/Illustrator

Wordpress-from-static HTML

Wordpress-from-Photoshop

Linux

Glx-Dock / Cairo-Dock – Control_your_dock_with_DBus

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GLX Dock (Cairo Dock) 2.2 Released With A Panel Mode, Multiple Instances Support, MeMenu, Messaging Menu And Lots More ~ Web Upd8

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Linux Window Manager Idea: Dual Taskbars

Right now, I’m too busy to config, code or otherwise spend time doing what I enjoy: try out & build desktop UI’s. My long-term interest has been a 2-panel approach, with Easystroke to minimize or move windows, and Devilspie to place them on either the right or left panel. But I have been entirely without …

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Computers, netbooks & smartphone products table

For all those who were or are now confused about the computer/netbook/smartphone market, here’s a bit to help clear one the techy bits: Product Hardware Software Open Microsoft Apple Computer Intel (x86) Linux (Desktop) Windows OSX Netbook Intel (x86) Linux (Desktop) Windows hack-only Netbook (Gen2010) (ARM) Linux (Variants) WinMo iPad Apple A4 (ARM) iPhone Phone …

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One step closer to useful

What you get when viewing web-apps half-screen'd or in portrait

UI usability is consistently my no. 1 time-suck. I’ve ‘wasted’ countless hours config’ing and reconfig’ing GNOME panels into assumed-need sorts. I’ve given up and returned to Mac & heeded again the siren call to Linux’ potential simplicity. My latest spin *was* playing with screen-maximizing UI’s: task-bar-less environments, panel-over-top window-titlebars, then I turned wanna-be tablet with …

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Courier, please deliver soon, or I’ll make you out of Linux!

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Everyone’s all abuzz with Microsoft’s latest leaked prototype: Courier. On an off-note, it’s hilarious to contrast the handwritten everything with the king of monospace fonts! (and previously, my latest interest has been the long-awaited crunchpad.) But there’s 2 things I’m here to mention: my dream & the obvious rising behind Courier. Why Courier is Obvious: …

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The iPen Review

The iPen, by Finger System, Inc. First off, sometimes you can judge a book by it’s cover– especially when a marketing department has ahold of the cover. By this I mean the “Ages 5 & up” label. Yes, this IS a kids play toy, and I’m going to try and take it seriously. I hope …

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Multiple mouse config in Ubuntu

Since I’ve bought an ipen, I need different settings for the pen and trackpad. The trackpad should have all the fun little bits that it came with, 2-finger scrolling & a decent speed, while the ipen, to be useful for writing notes in PDFs needs to be soo much slower (a 3/4 ratio of pen-to-screen).  …

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Read Google Calendars from Orage!

Holy crap! My fav toolbar calendar is more than just a calendar! It does alarms & full ICS input & output! With a little scripting & cron, I get the day’s events with one click! [sourcecode language="bash"] #!/bin/sh cd ~/tmp wget http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/–your-private-gcal–url/basic.ics mv basic.ics calname.ics [/sourcecode] Just repeat the wget & mv for all calendars, …

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Gnome Shell: genius!

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Sometimes, just one in a rare while, someone has a good (understatement) idea. I’ve been trying for a long while to understand what a good, innovative, productive computer workspace would looks like. One that captures the needs of the task at hand, centralizing focus on that task, removing distractions, while providing context-relevant information on which …

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