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New tagbrainz Program Released

Posted on Mar 6, 2009 by K. Henriksson:

I have a new program release today, the command-line tagbrainz uility. It allows audio files to be updated with metadata from MusicBrainz. I don’t know if it runs in Windows, but it will run quite happily on a Mac or under Linux. In fact, besides the normal .tar.gz distribution I have also included a Debian .deb package to make it easy to install under Debian or Ubuntu.

Powered by Python

Posted on Aug 19, 2008 by K. Henriksson:

Well, it’s time for my yearly update. I’ve just finished (almost) converting the entire site so that it now runs on the Python language, rather than on PHP, and uses the Google App Engine platform and framework. Themes don’t yet work but I hope to fix that soon.

What does this mean for me? Well, it’s free, so that’s pretty good right there. Plus, I switched to a new hosting provider a while ago and their systems didn’t work with my authentication platform, which meant I couldn’t update the news items on the home page. On the other hand, Google provides its own authentication platform so I don’t have to make my own, and I can once again update the home page. What does it mean for you? Not much I guess, although apparently it means you get a news post.

Site Cleaned Up

Posted on Jun 23, 2007 by K. Henriksson:

I’ve removed some old things from the site that weren’t really contributing anything. I’ve had the forums disabled for a while now because they were unused, and now I’m removing them. The downloads page is also gone now. In addition, all the archived sites are gone from the site, although I’ve kept copies for myself.

Major Site Changes

Posted on Aug 6, 2006 by K. Henriksson:

As you may have noticed, I have made some large site changes. I have not made any changes for almost a year now, I know, but now I have actually quite a few changes. I have added a new theme, the Enkod Modern Theme, which is less colorful, but it seems pleasant, and I have updated a couple old themes. Also, I have changed the way news items are handled and listed; news items now appear with a title. In addition, I have added an articles section with various hopefully helpful items, not just on computers but also on other topics. If you have any feedback you can contact me, but not through the forums because they are unfortunately down due to abuse.

New Program: PopNote

Posted on Aug 27, 2005 by K. Henriksson:

I have another program to announce today, called the PopNote Utility. This program will check the clipboard for package tracking numbers, area codes, zip codes, and phone numbers, and if it finds any, it will let you display a web page with more information. It should be very useful, for example, if you often receive or send packages and want to be able to check on them easily. With the program running, just copy the tracking number to the clipboard, push the “More Info” button, and the program will do the rest. If you don’t want to do anything with the number, you can ignore the window because it’s very unobtrusive, or you can disable it altogether.

Cryptography Pack Bug Fixed

Posted on Jul 11, 2005 by K. Henriksson:

Today I noticed a bug in the crypt program component of the Cryptography Pack. Previously, the program would create a file in C: that would be filled with a few bytes of zeroes. I uploaded new program archives and an installer with a fixed version. This isn’t an official new release or anything; there are no changes to the documentation or web page. This would have been a silent update, but I decided to notify site visitors that this problem has been fixed if it had been bugging anyone.

New Program: Cryptography Pack

Posted on Jun 24, 2005 by K. Henriksson:

After over three months of work (and website inactivity) I have a new program to announce. This next one is the Cryptography Pack and actually consists of two programs. This package allows you to encrypt and decrypt files, as well as compute message digests of files, using some of the most recent algorithms available. It runs from the command line, which may seem like a handicap, but it make the programs more useful for automation. Be sure to check them out sometime. Also, since it is currently my summer vacation, I may be working on programs more and releasing a few more in the coming months.

New Program: Hyperspace Shadows

Posted on Mar 19, 2005 by K. Henriksson:

Just in time for spring break, I’ve released another new program. This one is called Hyperspace Shadows, and it lets you visualize a four-dimensional cube. In order to do this, it adjusts the angle of rotation of the cube and projects the result onto a three- dimensional space. It should be interesting. Also, I’m adding a Donate link to the bottom of each page. If you like the programs here and would like to support the further development of more like them, please donate.

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