A collection of tools, plugins, and other hacks that I've put together. In most cases, these are solutions to problems I faced, or else enhancements I wanted but couldn't find elsewhere. If they're useful to you, great! Have a blast.
This is the one the kids all love. Supply two color values in either hex, short hex, RGB percentages, or RGB decimals and get as many as ten colors shades between the two you supplied. Great for finding a color halfway between two shades you like, or mixing two colors together in various proportions.
Not nearly as cool or flashy as the Color Blender, it's still useful for situations where a massively long encoded URL needs to be decoded. I wrote this one for me, but figured I'd throw it up here for anyone else who needed it.
A small collection of stylesheets that you can use as web development tools. Home of the (in)famous “meyerweb reset”.
A tool Aaron Gustafson and I hacked together one night during the inaugural Retreats 4 Geeks, this takes any string of CSS transform functions and gives you the matrix-math equivalent of the endpoint.
This will be of interest to people who play Kerbal Space Program with the CommNet setting enabled: it helps find resonant orbits for carrier craft to set up satellite constellations.
I love maps, and I enjoy programming. Here's where the two interests collide. Home of the surprisingly famous HYDEsim.
Small(ish) PHP files you can add to your WordPress plugins directory to make WP better, or at least different, than the default install.
A small collection of themes I've created for NetNewsWire, which uses good old CSS to drive its themes. It's amazing the places CSS knowledge can come in handy these days, eh?