Monthly Archives: November 2006

Cross-plot grid PDF Generator

Ok, I don’t know what to call this thing. I got a request for this today, and it was pretty simple to do. I’ve seen these types of grid with data plots before. Be careful with this, as it can

Posted in Documents

Super Reorganization

The entire royalty-free music section of my site is revamped. I’ve been working on setting this up for a couple of weeks. It isn’t complete, but it is better than what I had – so I switched it. Behold! It

Posted in General

Podcast Mania

I’m really getting around these days. If you’re into tech podcasts, you’ll recognize these. Diggnation, Infected w/ Martin Sargent, and Indigital. I just need to get in with Leo Laport, and I’ll have most everything covered. In other news, I

Posted in Sightings

Wheaties, Breakfast of Champions

It’s fun time, everbody! I recently picked up a keyboard. It is kind of old, but no worries. It is a Technics KN700. Just today I found the best setting ever. Style #10: Folk Rock. You’ll recognize it as Wesley

Posted in Music

Ringtone?

Ok. I made a ringtone. Were this a normal ringtone, I’d hate myself. But this isn’t. It makes other people not want to answer your phone. Also – it isn’t annoying in a theater. Who would suspect? Get it (right-click

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Electronica Jam II

A revision and a new piece today. It seems that the uber-happy synth line from Shiny Tech has been done before. A lot. It was pointed out by my friend Kelly that a very very similar line appears in Trainspotting

Posted in Music