Lately, I've been venturing into building niche sites. Besides the business, I am also always curious what technic other use to create their sites.
I noticed a lot of them use Wordpress, and when they invest money, people even buy expensive Wordpress Them
I like Colourlovers and frequently use it. But one thing that really bugged me all the time was that i could not download all color palettes i've ever favoured. Nothing in the UI, not even through the api. At least one could find them again with the searc
Some time ago i was browsing for 2d sprites again and somehow run accross a nice collection called Openpixels. It's a set of pixelart characters in classic rpg orientation provided in gimp format, with all stuff in its own layer, so you can create alot of
Some month ago i wrote about the mochiads api and introduced my python mochi lib for working with some aspects of the moch ads api. I did also mention i was writing something, and tada was a game portal for flash games. After some hacking time i opened up
For my new pet project i'd like to have some nice fancy starlike rating stuff, but without stars :-) Luckily i found one over at ajaxrain called Rabid Ratings. It uses nice looking hearts and is a out of the box combo with ajax and a php backend. Yep ther
Ever since Azarai switched to Django and Markdown i spent too much time trying to make a blog entry look nice. I don't know why but id definetly is too much for me type in some syntax, save and then have to refresh a browserview.
So ... as usual .. the la
Strategic game programming is a fascinating subject, that I have been attracted to for several years now. I always wanted to implement my own chess program but that seemed to complicated for the beginning. Therefore I started with Reversi and a simple m
Some time ago i started thinking of building a better tools page for Imago. One of my requirements was that it had to be a plain static xhtml site, no dynamic generation on request. It's the most frequented page here, so i'd prefer a simple static site. B
26.09.2007 by kerim in tools
Do you remember the good old times when you used to print the results of a simple "DIR" command ? This "feature" has been absent since Windows 95. Of course you still can start the command line and issue the dir command but normally printers are managed b