Tech Projects

Many of my projects never make it to my website. They're just for home comsumption. While they do what I want, it's not worth the time to make them bulletproof enough to post.

A couple have, so here is a little about them.

Dr. Jane Xenos wrote a small manual explaining some osteopathic techniques you can do at home.

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When I take time off from any language, it seems that there are a few things that need to be figured out all over again. One of those has been the best way to encapsulate code and use namespaces in JavaScript. It inspired me to write the article JavaScript Namespaces.

Last year (2007), many projects were all about "Web 2.0", which is a phrase I hear far too often. When they're talking about it on the evening news, you know it's already over.

A while back, I did some work with the now defunct relaXSEO.com on microformat code. Microformats are the Next Big Thing, at least for a while. To learn about them, look in Wikipedia for starters and Google Social Networking. Those two things should keep you busy for the next week or so.

One of the more popular pages on relaXSEO that I coded makes tags for Technorati, IceRocket and de.licio.us. It generates xFolk microformat html that can be copied and pasted into a blog entry to provide the tags that those services want to see. The xFolk Cloud and Tag Generator is my version of it; same code with different defaults. It also generates the code to make a moving Tag Cloud of those same tags.

It generates the code that makes this display:

Home Page for YourFriendPaul