Color Eye Drop Selector for Mac

I often feel the desire to grab a particular color from an image or graphic I find on the Internet. And because I’m an ignorant fool, I’ve always struggled with doing this. I’d grab a screenshot, open the file in Photoshop or some similar program. It was always such a pain in the ass. I Color Eye Drop Selector for Mac

Bye Perl

It’s been a long time in the making, and I should have done it two years ago, but I’m finally all bit rid Perl entirely from my web application development and deployment ecosystem. You know 10 or 15 years ago, Perl was actually doing some interesting things. I thought mod_perl had a chance to be Bye Perl

Synch two directories with rsync

If you’ve ever thought, “What’s the easiest why to quickly synch two remote directories?” If I were going to sync up two remote directories I would do this. rsync -avz user@gdemolished.com:~/Maildir/ . If I ran this command in a directory called Maildir.backup, all of the contents of the remote Maildir would be in there. If Synch two directories with rsync

Netbeans IDE

My preferred editor for at least 10 years was emacs. I still love emacs and use it often, but Netbeans has definitely won me over. Is Netbeans perfect? Not by a long shot. I find the keyboard controls to be clunky and difficult to make work for how I prefer to code, but I’ve figured Netbeans IDE

Common Alerting Protocol Version 1.1

For my job building web services for the government, I’m currently tasked with adding an alert feature to the state’s amber alert system. To do that I’m going to build a Common Alerting Protocol version 1.1 feed. The sample Common Alerting Protocol version 1.1 looks like this. <?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?> <alert xmlns”urn:oasis:names:tc:emergency:cap:1:1″> <identifier>KAR0-0306112239-SW</identifier> <sender>KARO@CLETS.DOJ.CA.GOV</sender> <sent>2003-06-11T22:39:00-07:00</sent> Common Alerting Protocol Version 1.1