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One More Update to the Door Sign Javascript

One more set of bug fixes for this original post. Sometime early this week, Twitter broke some redirection I had been relying on. That is, if I was on my phone, URLs on twitter.com automatically redirected to mobile.twitter.com and kept all my parameters for status and such. mobile.twitter.com had no problem handling the request if […]

Updated HTML and Python code for Tweetable Office Door Sign

See the original post for the basic information. This post exists only to highlight a few bug fixes. Since running with my sign for a few days, the main bug I’ve run into is that Twitter doesn’t let you post identical status messages over a short period of time. One recommended fix is to append […]

Work in Progress: Tweetable Office Door Sign

A sizable amount of my work week is spent outside of my office, and is difficult to schedule ahead of time: Material testing jobs show up with little notice. Students or faculty need help fixing a coding, instrumentation, or other problem, and it’s easiest to fix those on-site rather than in my office. etc. I’ve […]

re:PocketMod – DIY Tiny Paper Organizer

I’m not giving up my Treo 700p as my regular organizer, but there are times when I recognize the advantages of paper. re:PocketMod is a site with a Flash application on it that lets you lay out and print 8 pages of information onto a single 8.5×11 sheet of paper. Properly cut and folded, the […]

DIY Planner style TTU Campus Map

A user over at diyplanner.com posted a simple campus map and course information template for college students. I thought it might be useful to make one for TTU. So here you go: PDF version, ready to be printed onto two side-by-side pages. Not sure why the fonts didn’t completely translate over. OpenOffice.org version, ready to […]