- A few handy git aliases
- Operation Shave the Wookiee, the Return
- Art at Stanford
- A Winters Day at the Beach with the Fuji X-E1
- MacPorts, Homebrew and Mountain Lion
Polluting the internet since 2004
From time to time something tickles my fancy enough to make it a personal project. When they turn out well enough I like to try and give a little back. Feel free to use anything you find here, just let me know if you end up using something as I like to know if what I’m doing is being found as useful or not.
I work in WordPress every day and finally got fed up with always looking up function calls and syntax conventions. This is a TextMate bundle with a lot of common actions built in with convenient autocomplete values so that not only does it reduce the need to look up function calls, but their parameters and arguments as well.
WP Interactive allows admin users to run PHP code directly via the WordPress Admin to assist with development of plugins and themes.
This is a Clipping bundle for BBEdit 9+ to help make working with WordPress (hopefully) a lot easier. It includes function completion for WordPress functions, actions and filters as well as Carrington Theme Framework functions.
The Post Password Token plugin allows readers to access protected posts without having to enter a password by creating secret token urls for the post.
A one trick pony plugin that adds the Next Page functionality back in to the WordPress editor toolbar.
The SP Source Code Highlighter plugin for WordPress is a free plugin that taps the power of the Pear Text_Highlighter class to provide attractive and layout flexible code blocks for your blog. It requires the ability to install Pear packages on the server, so the plugin is not for everyone.