June 13th, 2018 by in Blog

Added responsiveness so it looks better on tablet and phones. Revised a lot of stuff on the back-end. Updated the menu and overall site style a bit. šŸ˜€ (This was aĀ guinea pig for some WP automation scripts I’ve been working on for a project at Infinity.)

I’ve been meaning to do more Slack InjectionĀ episodes, but I just haven’t gotten around to it. But I do play a lot of games. I seem to find time forĀ that. Oof. There’s a whole world of game streaming that I never really got into — your “Twitches” and your “YouTube Gamings” and such. So, what […]

December 21st, 2017 by in 3 Minutes On, Shows

Been quite some time since the last entry in this series, but I think I’m at a point where I can do them a bit more often. This time, we’re taking a quick glance at theĀ General Consumer Electronics “Vectrex” portable video game console. I had one of these once; it truly is an amazing little […]

November 7th, 2017 by in Blog

Are you a software developer from Connecticut? I’ve put together a very brief survey to get an idea of who’s interested in game development. Whether it’s just a passing interest, a side hobby, or a full-time job: I want to hear from YOU!Ā šŸ˜ŽšŸ‘ http://bit.ly/CTGameDevSurvey2017

November 7th, 2017 by in Blog

It’s all new, but mostly the same! How exciting! Been sitting on this rewrite for a while now, and just needed a little shove it get it out the door.Ā  Added some links to various silly projects I’ve been tinkering with now and then. For example, theĀ Rumpus Room, where I play some games and talk […]

September 28th, 2017 by in Apps, Projects

Reddmo is an HTML5 toy that automatically generates a random magazine cover using the images and headlines linked to off of Reddit. The cover can be customized to use content from a specific subreddit, or from the front page. Admittedly, the outcome is hit or miss, but this was a seriously fun toy to hack […]

September 28th, 2017 by in Apps, Projects

An unauthorized port of Neave.TV from Flash to HTML5, with additional video content! I stumbled onto Neave.TV last night and watched it until the clips rolled over to the start again. I noticed it was written in Flash, and since that tech is on it’s way out, I wondered how easy it would be to […]

September 28th, 2017 by in Projects, Utils

One-click access to popular ASCII/Unicode faces from your Google Chrome browser. There are other extensions in the Chrome web store that perform the same function… but none has a name so irrelevant! Jokes aside, why did I write this? I have vague trust issues with the other extensions in the store. They don’t seem to […]