Posts Categorized: Projects

Weather

I love hot weather. So when I moved to hot weather from cold weather, I naturally wanted to track how much more hot weather I was getting. I was able to find dygraphs–a neat little JavaScript graphing library (with a ton of options for extensibility) and thought it would be fun to put it to… Read more »

Mobile Wikipedia Search

Ever felt that there’s a better way to search Wikipedia when on a mobile device? I do–it feels like searching for things on Wikipedia when on my mobile device (Droid X) is clunky. There are three options I’ve pursued, but each have their own set of problems: Search directly on Wikipedia’s mobile site – No… Read more »

Twitter RSS Feed

Here’s a quick “project” I did. It’s a page I made to get the RSS feed of a Twitter user: http://rossbender.com/random/twitter.php. This is helpful for me because I view Twitter streams in my RSS reader (Google Reader), but Twitter no longer publishes the RSS feeds on each user’s Twitter page. It was a nice dabble… Read more »

TMS Assistant

Here’s another project that I worked on in the past: a standalone application for scripture memory. TMS Assistant The idea for the application was spawned by the TMS (Topical Memory System)–a Navigator package of bible verses (grouped categorically) intended for scripture memory. It really is a great toolset, having a good variety of worth committing… Read more »

Muzak Song Listing

At work, I am serenaded by the Jukebox Gold channel from the music service Muzak (although lately I haven’t noticed this as much…perhaps it’s been changed?). While I can check what songs are current playing, the song listing became a frequent-enough item of discussion with coworkers that I wanted to have a history of the… Read more »