WS Subscriber Stats – Experimental Plugin

January 6th, 2008

I’ve started up two longterm projects at the same time (one is top secret linkbait stuff, the other just top secret 😉 ), so I don’t have much time/ideas for new posts at the moment. Irrespective of that, there is one plugin that I have been working on and testing for a while – my […]

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UIF to ISO Converter GUI

December 30th, 2007

The UIF to ISO converter GUI is another little program I’ve made recently. You can use this simple tool for converting .UIF files to the .ISO format.

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Free DAA to ISO Converter GUI

December 27th, 2007

This is a simple graphical user interface for the DAA to ISO converter. The original converter tool requires that you know how to use command-line utilities – and many users do not. That is why I made a simple Windows interface for it. You can download it (and the converter) here.

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Raw HTML Plugin for WordPress

December 13th, 2007

Recently I needed to put some style definitions and a JavaScript function in a post on another blog that I have. I wasted several hours trying to do this, because WordPress insisted on putting backslashes in front of my apostrophes, inserting superfluous <p> or <br /> tags in place of newlines, and generally breaking my HTML in various horrible ways.

In the end I decided to just go and write a plugin that would let me put any code or script in my posts and display it to the visitor unmodified.

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Search The Current Site – A Firefox Extension

December 1st, 2007

There are lots of search engine plugins for Firefox, and it’s easy to make a simple search plugin for your own site. That’s why it came as a bit of a surprise that I couldn’t find any search engine plugins for searching the currently open site. So I created one. Download it here.

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Single Click Plugin Updater WordPress Plugin

October 19th, 2007

This plugin extends the plugin update notification feature introduced in WordPress 2.3 by adding an “update automatically” link to update notifications. When you click the link, the new version of the corresponding plugin is downloaded and installed automatically. It also lets you know which plugins have update notifications enabled. Update 06.04.2008 : Version 2.0.1 with […]

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What’s Your Blogging Personality?

October 6th, 2007

No matter what your blogging style, your posts will give your readers a hint or two about what kind of person you are (which is good). Blog Personality Analyzer is an unusual “personality test” that will analyze your personality based on your blog’s content… yep, the only thing you need to do is enter your […]

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See The Most Dugg Sites

October 3rd, 2007

I’ve created an online tool that displays the sites that received the most votes (diggs) during the last 7 days. Features The classic Top 10 list. The huge Top 100 list. Sites ranked by the total number of diggs received on all stories submitted in the last 7 days. Click the “Popular stories” column heading […]

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Broken Link Checker for WordPress

August 5th, 2007

Notice: This plugin has been transferred to ManageWP. I am no longer working on it. Please direct any feedback to the new developer. See the plugin homepage for more information. Sometimes, links get broken. A page is deleted, a subdirectory forgotten, a site moved to a different domain. Most likely many of your blog posts […]

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Link Cloaking Plugin for WordPress

July 28th, 2007

This is a plugin for WordPress that can automatically cloak outgoing links in your posts and/or pages. Download plugin (Note: May not be compatible with the latest version of Eclipse Link Cloaker.) Features Choose what to cloak – all links, only the links you specify or no links at all. Choose where to cloak – […]

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NEAT Invaders Game

October 26th, 2006

This is a proof-of-concept Invaders-style game where the invaders are controlled by neural networks and each new wave is evolved by genetic algorithms. This is made possible by DelphiNEAT library. I’m also using the GR32 library for semi-fast 2D graphics and PNGDelphi for PNG loading. Update : Unfortunately, the Delphi NEAT site has been offline […]

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wsTaskborg Taskbar Organizer

October 1st, 2006

This week I’ve mostly been trying to figure out how the taskbar works in Windows XP. As a result, I created wsTaskborg – a freeware utility that lets you organize your taskbar buttons by dragging them around and grouping/ungrouping them as you wish. You can read more about it and download it at http://w-shadow.com/wstaskborg/. I […]

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The Living Image Project

September 20th, 2006

It’s finished! 🙂 This is a social experiment, an artificial intelligence project, an online digital art generator and many other things. It’s a place where digital images are generated based on the collective opinion of all visitors. It’s similar to the GeneticArt demo by Mattias Fagerlund, except images are placed online and can be rated […]

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Wikipedia search utility

September 7th, 2006

This is another idea I have had for a while. I use Wikipedia nearly every day, and every time I encounter an unknown word or concept, it’s the first place to look for it. So I thought it would be more comfortable if I could just select the text to be searched for, press some […]

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wsCryptoPad text editor

September 2nd, 2006

This is more of a proof-of-concept that I created, but still pretty neat – it’s a text editor that stores the text in it’s own exe-file, compresses that text and optionally encrypts it. And it’s just 93 KB in size and doesn’t require installation! Useful for… storing passwords, maybe 🙂 Source code is available, so […]

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wsKillHung application

August 29th, 2006

If you are a programmer you have probably encountered a situation when the program you are debugging suddenly enters an infinite loop or somesuch and starts consuming 100% CPU resources. Sure, you can press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and kill it from Task Manager, but it takes ages because everything is slooow and sometimes you’d just rather hit […]

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