I guess we all have those tiny pixel backgrounds that we use for web designs. I’ve got lots of them and it’s sometimes hard to find the right one because you can’t simply view those few pixels in a normal image viewer and you have to apply it to an HTML page. Soo, I wrote a small PHP/JQuery script that lets you easily view all the backgrounds in a directory something like an offline version of what you can see in Subtle Patterns. Hope you like it.
Fleuron is a silent flash drive copier. When a flash drive is connected, Fleuron automatically starts copying the data with a Breadth First Search algorithm. In this way, the root directories are copied first and as time passes, deeper directories are copied. Fleuron also randomly stops for random amounts of seconds to allow the drive to be safely removed and to avoid detection. Fleuron can be used for data backup, flash synchronization and undetectable data copying.
This is a simple chrome extension I wrote recently in my spare time, and thought maybe I should share it. The plugin is called “Dephine” and it adds the “def” keyword to google chrome’s address bar, so for example if you type “def [a-word]” in the address bar (without the symbols of course) and hit enter it will automatically take you to google’s translate page for that word or phrase. You can change its destination language from its options page. Basically it provides a fast way to find the meaning of an English word for your language. Like always, feedback is welcomed.
OK, I am a linux fan. And I can hardly bare it when some linux people try so hard to describe how good linux is to Windows guys. They always start by saying how secure linux is, how powerful it can be and how much control you will have on your system if you install it. Of course these are true, but these features aren’t really the things that most Windows people really want. They want Windows! So I thought it would be wonderful if I post a link to a great article about this matter that I came across along time ago. Here it is: http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm Do check it out even if you’re a linux expert. It’s definitely worth reading.
MoVE (Mobile Virtual Environments) is a program that can create 360 Virtual tours for J2ME mobile devices. MoVE receives the 6 sides of a cubical panoramic image from the user and creates a mobile Jar file as an output, along with zooming, navigating and speed settings built in. For more information about this application and how to obtain/purchase a copy please contact me via the contact form.
The Dragonfly task manager lets you organize your works and tasks in the fastest way. With simple & innovative controls, adding and editing a task has never been easier.
These are some of its main features:
- Sort tasks by Priority, Progress and Deadline
- Lite, Portable and no installation required
- Easy to use controls make editing tasks even faster
Dragonfly 0.1 is a freeware and can be downloaded from here.
Feedback is always very welcome.
Mimer is a macro recording automation tool that can mimic and imitate the user’s interactions with the computer at a scheduled time. With mimer, the user can record what he/she is doing (e.g. clicks or typing etc.) and then tell the software to mimic what he/she did, in a different time. Although Mimer is still a young project but it’s made in the hope of being useful for automation and teaching purposes.
Mimer 2.1 can be downloaded from its sourceforge page (mimer.sf.net).