I wanted to have this done a while ago. When I first made this site, I threw it together in haste and hesitated in putting it out there. I finally got around to cleaning up the site, properly putting it under version control and updating the deployment process.Read more
What do you do when you look for a niche app with a specific set of requirements but can’t find one that you like? You make a Workflow.
This workflow does one thing: It tells you when it’s going to be dark outside today.Read more
I don’t use a lot of shortcuts. I know a core set I for my most used applications but that’s about it. My problems with shortcuts are:
- There are too many to remember.
- They are not unique. Collisions happen resulting in nothing or possibly the wrong thing.
- They are abstract and do not describe the actions they represent.
Update June 2019: This workflow was built for Alfred 3. Alfred 4 now comes with a native feature very similar to this.
Alfred is the one most indispensable app on my system. In essence, it is a file launcher similar to Apple’s Spotlight but it allows you to do so much more. Its power comes from user-defined workflows with full scripting support that can do any number of things.Read more
Quiet Links is my answer to the Wikipedia Rabbit Hole. It is a stylesheet to quiet down links on pages to help you focus on reading.Read more
Update December 2016: This feature finally made it natively into Hacker News. This userscript is now obsolete.
This userscript adds a button to a Hacker News comment site to bring you back to the full thread.Read more
For a quick pick-me-up, I sometimes browse the catloaf forum. At catloaf is a cat that looks like…a loaf. There is just something special about those goofy cats.Read more
I thought I’d reflect a bit on making Table of Contents for GitHub while it’s still fresh in my mind.Read more