More projects are on the way..maybe
Cel - This is something I've been working on for a long time... a long time ago. Cel is a prototype based object oriented language that is close to Self and Smalltalk in its design. After a request from someone in France, I've brought the site back online.
Colors for OS X - This is just a simple OS X program that will show you the RGB values of any pixel visible on the screen.
blogbot - This is an app I wrote that puts an RSS Reader into Internet Explorer. Now you can subscribe,unsubscribe, or keep track of blogs and RSS feeds in the very app you read them in.
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Qmail MailRemove - I get so many downloads for this, I've decided to create a separate page for this.
KeySwapper - Under Windows, make that CAPS LOCK into a useful key, like the CONTROL key.
Colors - This is just a simple windows program that will show you the RGB values of any pixel visible on the screen.
TRAM - Transactional RAM - this is an idea to use non-volatile (NVRAM) memory to accelerate filesystem and database transactions. This would make disk writes super, super, super fast. A paper about this just got published in Daemonnews.
QOS - This is a monitoring system I wrote while at eGroups.com. It is completely in python and production stable. Check it out on sourceforge for more info.
qmfilt - I made a simple qmail email filter. This is a simple email filter that eliminates email viruses from entering a mail system either internally or externally.
webping mailRemove and more... - Here are some useful programs for: pinging via http a website, removing mail efficiently from a qmail queue based on a pattern, and some other interesting things...
Pilot-Link - I am now a developer on the Pilot-Link project at Sourceforge. This software allows a unix computer to backup/restore/synch just like the normal Palm Desktop software.
Font Preservation - I really liked that Mac system font. So I decided to make a simple monochrome bitmap ripper. The ripper is junk, but it worked. See the results. (This was a two week hack - probably two days of work in a 9-5 job)
FreeBSD ethernet driver modifications for Wisecom fast ethernet card - I added support for this particular board in the DEC Tulip driver.
FreeBSD PPTP for Natd - I wrote some simple code to allow PPTP traffic to be tunneled through a FreeBSD natd firewall. The code is now part of the latest distribution.
Simli - A multiplayer role playing game
SquiggleHead - A first Java program
OpenStep Mach/Intel - Tips/Tricks for installing
LWC - A Light Weight Chat. There isn't a page for this. LWC is Yet Another Java Applet Client and an all Java server that uses UDP/IP for its communication. It was a great exploration of the good and the bad of UDP (Yes... it felt like I was reimplmenting TCP) It works great and is a great replacment for unix talk.