Geek! (May 5, 2006, 0) - So I’m not completely hopeless after all… ;) Hanging out with
uber-geeks at events such as the International Game Developers
Association social last night has made me feel really non-technical,
but a full day of good hacking’s made me feel okay again. I finally
got the hang of the prefuse visualization library for Java. It didn’t
have documentation and it
FLE (August 31, 2003, 0) - “Fle3 is a web-based learning environment. To be more specific Fle3 is server software for computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL). Fle3 is Open Source and Free Software released under the GNU General Public Licence (GPL). The licence is protecting your freedom to use, modify and distribute Fle3.”
(ARGH! Free software just keeps doing this to me!
Cube (September 9, 2003, 0) - Cross-platform Quake Lite thing
Not open source.
Editors for blogging (August 29, 2008, 0) - Penelope Trunk’s editor helps her improve her blogging and her tweeting:
In case you didn’t know, I have an editor for my blog. This comes from being a columnist for so long. My editors were incredible—one was from Vanity Fair, one went on to the Harvard Business Review, and they definitely made me a better writer.
Situated Software (April 29, 2004, 0) - Link from TerryP’s blog
I think this is why I have so much fun working on PlannerMode. I have
a clearly-defined set of users in mind (mostly the mailing list) and I
love threshing out interfaces and features with them. It’s not a
large-scale application and it certainly doesn’t appeal to the masses,
but it can be quite powerful when