Here is a listing of some of the stuff I’ve worked on or am currently working on:
A Safari Extension to block comments, advertisements, and other extraneous content from the New York Daily News website. It also substitutes the ugly Arial font with Helvetica.
A very simple yet dazzling screen saver module. Within minutes it will fill your screen with an assortment of shapes. These appear in random sizes and are drawn from a rich palette of colors and gradients.
Display Kit This project is retired
A framework that wraps around CoreGraphics in order to provide a Cocoa “native” interface to display capturing, resolution switching and gamma fading. Display Kit may also be used to retrieve a list of all connected displays and get the individual attributes of each, such as color depth, screen width and height, and the corresponding CoreGraphics display ID, among others.
Ferazel’s Wand X Launcher This project is retired
A simple application that changes the resolution to 640×480x8 (256 colors) and then proceeds to launch Ferazel’s Wand. This prevents the Ferazel’s Wand application from having to change the resolution first, and thus no resizing/rearranging of windows takes place. For Mac OS X 10.4.x users and earlier who have the Classic environment installed.
Music Store Search This project is retired
A dashboard widget that allows you to search both the iTunes Store and Amazon MP3 Store for music simultaneously, making it easy to compare the search results from both stores and find the best deal.
Tickerase This project is retired
A Safari Extension to remove those annoying and distracting inline stock tickers from articles in the Wall Street Journal.