I’ve discovered that Firefox for Linux is much more stable than its Windows cousin, and so I’ve set it as my default browser. I’ve spent a day or two getting it “just right”, with add-ons and setting changes.
I used SuperGenPass to derive unique passwords from one master password for every site I have an account on (I use it along with LastPass). I uncovered some vulnerabilities in SuperGenPass, so I fixed them and forked it as AYSuperGenPass (AYSGP).
I worked on two mini-projects today, a minimalistic RedFlagDeals Hot Deals reader, and a Blackberry BBM PIN to Barcode Converter.
The TTC (Toronto Transit Commission) has released a draft of their proposed subway icons. I was curious to see how others might see these icons, so this blog post serves to display the icons in three different sets of eyes.
As a developer, it is important to keep your mind active and concurrently learn new languages while creating random (and fun) projects. I had the opportunity to play around with Ruby a couple of years ago but got side-tracked with school, co-op and contract work, but to get back on track, I’ve been going through […]