Archive for category: code

 

Catcubed.com now on Bluehost

    August 2, 2009 at 1:24 pm in code
 

Not that any of you would notice nor care but I’ve finally gotten this site off of Godaddy, the “used car salemen” of hosting providers. Been using bluehost for a while with nifnaks.com and I like them. Finally ported catcubed.com over to the same shared account. Saves me some money and saves me the headache of looking at the annoying […]

 

How my night became productive

 

Because of Noisebridge tonight I: Finalized the logo for the Timescale project Further personalized my new MacBook Pro and Safari with Glims and SafariStand and more misc. talked about random webdev geek stuff Upgraded my WordPress install Wrote this post My original plans for the night? Going home and playing Fallout 3. Granted that would have been pretty fun, but […]

 

CeeBox – a Thickbox/Videobox mashup

    December 23, 2008 at 6:37 pm in code
 

Please Note, I do not have time to support CeeBox at the moment (haven’t had time for the past year to be honest) but I am now working on fixing some of the bugs that have reared their nasty heads. If you have bug reports please submit them on Github and I will try and work them into the next release […]

 

Code Monkey call to arms!!! Twitter voting tracker

    February 5, 2008 at 11:24 am in code
 

Somebody with more programming chops and time than I have needs to create a real time twitter voting tracker! Bryan Person smartly set up a ivoted twitter account. You don’t have to add him just twitter @ivoted (adding who you voted for is optional) and he’ll get the replies. Sadly he didn’t take it that one extra genius step and […]

 

Google adds IMAP to gmail

    October 23, 2007 at 10:44 pm in code
 

Looks like Google has finally added IMAP support to gmail. Found out today via Gruber’s twitter and then noticed that Slashdot just noted it today. This sorta makes my whole gmail/IMAP/iPhone instructions obsolete except for the whole using gmail as an archive thing. If you use gmail’s IMAP directly (rather then a routed approach like mine) you still have the […]

 

Revision to Gmail, IMAP, and iPhones Tutorial

    August 21, 2007 at 6:27 pm in code
 

I’ve recently revised my Gmail, IMAP, and iPhones Tutorial. It was brought to my attention that there was an issue with MS Exchange which made emails sent using my set up read as if they were from: “Colin [my gmail addy]; on behalf of; Colin [my catcubed addy]“. So after screaming how much I hated Exchange, I figured out another […]