Author Archives: HeyChinaski

HeyGraph Javascript and canvas graphing tool

To learn a bit about the HTML 5 canvas I’ve been writing a simple graphing visualization tool in Javascript. 

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Alarmed! The Alarm clock application for Android

For quite some time now I’ve been working on an Android application in my spare time.  It is an alarm clock called Alarmed! and I released the beta version of it today.  This version is a free trial with a … Continue reading

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Character Justify Plugin

I’ve updated my Character Justify Plugin.

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Character Justification using JQuery

Justification using pure CSS can be achieved by setting the text-align property to “justify”.  This will tell the browser to attempt to line up the words so that left the and right edges of each line are aligned with those … Continue reading

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RSS issue update

Perhaps I was wrong

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RSS problems in WordPress 2.7

Not sure why but I had a few problems with my RSS feed today since upgrading to WordPress 2.7. 

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Colour Run

Impressed by Dan‘s decision to make a mixtape based around colours but not so impressed by all of his song choices I decided to have a go myself.

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Book Meme

11 Vessels they are meant to protect (6) Book meme: Grab the nearest book. Open it to page 56. Find the fifth sentence. Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions. Don’t dig for your … Continue reading

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What Digg needs: Keyboard shortcuts.

There is one way that Digg is letting me down. I would consider myself a power user when it comes to computers as I imagine many Digg users are given it’s tech news bias and history. I would say that one of the most valuable UI metaphors for a power user would definitely be keyboard shortcuts. Continue reading

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Implementing List Header Checkboxes in Altio

Here’s a little tutorial on how to set up a checkbox in the header of an Altio list.  The minimum requirements to complete this tutorial should only be that you have an Altio server instance installed, preferably version 5.1 or … Continue reading

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