These are some old personal projects that I listed here a while ago. For a more up-to-date list of professional projects, check out my work site.
Converting your Pinboard links, a year at a time, into paperback books, using Ruby and PrinceXML.
Capistrano configuration for WordPress
The Capistrano configuration I use to deploy WordPress sites; as used to deploy this one.
Keynote HTML Exporter
Ruby command-line tool to take a Keynote presentation and turn it into HTML. You supply an ERB template, and the script takes care of the rest. It’s how I make the talks pages of this site. It uses
rb-appscriptto control Keynote through Applescript.
A Ruby on Rails desktop utility to process, store, and munge your Kindle Clippings. Work in progress.
An infinite box of chocolates, describing themselves in purple prose on Twitter. The first of several of my Markov-chain-powered bots.
A dedicated intervalometer for Nikon DSLRs, built with Arduino.
Making surreal MOO stickers from your Flickr photographs. This projected added support for stickers to the “Ruminant” Ruby library for working with the MOO API. (Probably out of date by now).
A Twitter bot that lets you know when Tower Bridge is opening and closing. Perennially popular.