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!¬†ūüėéūüĎć 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.¬† Added some links to various silly projects I’ve been tinkering with now and then. For example, the¬†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 […]

September 28th, 2017 by in Apps, Projects

What happens when two movies on Netflix collide? This toy attempts to recreate the famous movie synopsis bug on Netflix. It’s not perfect, often unfunny, but it’s still being hacked on. Enjoy!

September 28th, 2017 by in Apps, Projects, Utils

Fake news, satire, and sites with questionable content are a serious problem on the internet. Even the most vigilant of users can mistakenly link to one of them without looking closer. With a database of hundreds of websites, News Guardian will draw attention to these articles in your Facebook news feed, Google search, and more, […]

August 31st, 2017 by in Projects, Utils

This is a Unity3D script to animate a 2D GameObject based on real-time audio clip amplitude. It’s easy to use: just attach the TalkTime script to a GameObject, and then add references to the GameObjects representing the mouth frames. The frames represent 0 to Max audio amplitude. I’m using four here in the demo, but […]

August 31st, 2017 by in Apps, Projects

From the official¬†NECS¬†description: “The Electronic Warehouse Manager is the productivity tool which every food distributor needs to automate their warehouse operations while reducing or eliminating time consuming office tasks. It runs on economically priced Android devices with Bluetooth barcode scanners to change your warehouse processes to a real-time, paperless environment. It’s easy to use touch […]

August 31st, 2017 by in Apps, Projects

WARNING: VERY¬†NSFW! Despite all reason, you can now carry around a fraction of your favorite sound bites from Destructoid’s classic¬†Podtoidpodcast with you everywhere…simply because you can! Now, you too can share my massive guilt of only having a handful of Conrad Zimmerman clips, while¬†Jim Sterling¬†dominates the list.¬†The bloody bastard. Features clips from “The Lust Gurney”, […]