This is a list of the software and software-adjacent projects that I’ve released publicly. Most of them are hosted on GitHub and released under free or open-source licenses.
- Backs up your Pinboard notes.
- Converts Google Chrome’s bookmarks and history to the standard HTML-ish bookmarks file format.
- Converts your Pinboard bookmarks to the standard HTML-ish bookmarks file format.
- The Hacker Crackdown: Law and Disorder on the Electronic Frontier by Bruce Sterling (1992)
- The digital version of this book is available under a permissive license so I made a nicely-formatted version.
- A color scheme for Vim with colorful text on a light gray background.
- An adaptation of Jani Nurminen’s Zenburn color scheme for the macOS Terminal app.
Plugins for the Jekyll static site generator
- A filter to estimate how long a passage of text will take to read.
- A tag for inline syntax highlighting.
- A filter to make it easy to form correct plurals.
I used to develop an iOS app called CU Buses, which showed real-time information about the bus system in Champaign–Urbana, Illinois.
Some of my other old projects are archived on GitHub. These are things I no longer maintain or support, but which I’ve left published for historical interest.