Projects > World of Warcraft > AddOns >
An in-game text editor and addon authoring tool (Lua).
Keep notes with it, write Lua scripts, or prototype addon concepts in its trimmed down development environment. Organize your scripts into folders and share them with other _DevPad users. Scripts can run automatically on login like mini addons, and can call each other like libraries or dependencies.
An absolutely spectacular AddOn that I'm not sure I can live without.
Projects > Shopping >
This project was originally thought about from the perspective of a webcam model, but I'm thinking about it from the perspective of shipping Soylent from the United States to Canada.
Projects > Software > Programming >
A programming language of some note.
I had some small interest in this language, primarily because it's used for World of Warcraft addon programming and general scripting , but I ended up losing interest in it and in programming in general.
Projects > Adulting > People >
Good time management is an incredible stress-reducer.
I think I've been able to bring my various experiences to a time management system which works for me.
Projects > Time management >
Problem: I collect information, and I need a mechanism to process it. My going through old links or performing smaller tasks is random.
Solution: Do at least five interesting things each day. Create new posts or a summary post of any edits or other interesting things.
Projects > Archivism >
This is not quite a live projects -- there's lots to learn!
This is primarily for movie-DVDs, with instructions for Linux. Another topic covers ripping audio.
Projects > Linux >
Hardware > USB >
Various ways to have multiple bootable Linuxes on a USB stick.
to be started, some time soonish
more coming eventually
You will find a huge number of reviews here. Pick any topic, then build a tag off of it.
Some are fairly minimal, and I call those "glances". Unfortunately the tagging isn't particularly good, as I've often tagged something as both "reviews" and "glances".
I've done a lot of work elsewhere in the wide world of software. Some of the notes are in scattered archives of email, paper notes or random textfiles. When I get around to finding and tidying up notes, they'll eventually find themselves here.