Month: May 2009


I’d like to take 090531, spread it on a piece of rye toast, and enjoy it in the middle of the desert with a cup of scorching black coffee, percolated, and watch the sun rise over the sandspray at the dunes’ crest.

FaceDance Bookmarklet

FaceDance (this is a bookmarklet) Instructions: Drag the link above to your ‘Favorites’ or ‘Bookmarks.’ Login to Facebook. Click the ‘FaceDance’ bookmarklet.

Experiment 20090529

Experiment 20090529 Another SVG/jQuery medly, Experiment 20090529 plays witht he SVG canvas, a circle, animation, and finishes with a little DOM manipulation, proving that I can add SVG animation to the background of virtually anything.  This opens up some interesting possibilities.  For example, I always wondered how one could construct an interface like a database …

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DynaCloudlet v0.1 – another bookmarklet.  Drag to your favorites/bookmarks, visit any web page, then click the bookmark.  I’ll explain it tomorrow when I have more energy. Note: this has not been extensively tested, but worst-case scenario, it just will not work or will throw an error.  Good luck. 🙂 ———- [UPDATE 2009-05-29] As promised, more …

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Steve’s Fingers (for 5/27)

What are Steve’s fingers doing now?   Steve’s Fingers Note: requires an SVG-capable browser. If you keep your browser fresh-smelling with upgrades, you should be OK.  (Google Chrome doesn’t like it.  There’s always gotta be one.) This application graphs Steve‘s fingers as he types his stories (not in real-time, unfortunately, but maybe in a future release). …

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Experiment 20090525

Today’s script is called a bookmarklet.  It’s a script which is embedded in a bookmark in your browser.  After you’ve bookmarked this one, you can go to most anyweb site*, click it, and watch what it does to the page. Experiment 20090525 Drag the above link to your bookmarks bar, or right-click it and select …

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Experiment 20090524

Experiment 20090524 plays with dimensions and begins to explore randomness and likelihood.  It is inspired by The Only Man. Future experiments will build on some of the concepts here. ———– [UPDATE 2009-05-24 15:25] I am shocked to discover that FF3 on a PC cannot display this application correctly because of abug  for which there is apparently no workaround right …

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