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Crazy Idea: Chatting to Your Programming Language

What Is This? Today I’m writing about the embryo of a crazy idea I’ve had. It hasn’t yet passed the tests of usefulness and feasibility. I can’t yet clearly visualise what the implementation of the idea looks like. I’m writing … Continue reading

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Romulus, My Window Manager

About a year ago, I wrote about making your own window manager in Python, and how to extend this to use Twisted as your window manager’s main loop. Around the time I wrote those articles, I also wrote a tiling … Continue reading

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TODO Lists

Like most people, I have lots of things to get done. One piece of software which I’ve found useful recently has been GTD-Free, a task-list tool which helps you follow the process explained in the “Getting Things Done” book. I’ve … Continue reading

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What If: Trivia Show Software

Earlier this year I was involved in hosting a kind of trivia evening. In order to make things more exciting, each round was worth more points than the previous. The evening was a huge success, but since there were about … Continue reading

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