These are hacks that aren't important enough to go in the
- An implementation of the picture language described in section
of Structure and
Interpretation of Computer Programs, using
the GIMP and
- Another bit of Script-Fu that separates an image into its component
- DOOM 83
- Some old assembly code for the
- My image gallery-generating software.
- A simple perspective projection renderer.
- Visualizing sorting algorithms
- A chat system for monsters.
- Ping of death
- An implementation using
- A go program that lets you play with
more than two players.
- Old QBasic programs
- Some programs I made in my early days of programming.
- Gödel, Escher, Bach
- Typogenetic self-reps and other things.
- Commando Colton
- A video game for DOS where you kill Putties from Power Rangers.
- Command-line utility to download photos from Kodak Gallery.
- Command-line utility to download photos from Flickr.
- Biggest image in the smallest byte size.
- Inline VGA
- VGA-generating device used to ruin PowerPoint presentations.
- Choose your own adventure digraphs
- Possible paths through adventure books.
- Music from another room
Some more without individual pages.
- guess-0.5.tar.gz. A guess-the-number
game, written by me in (apparently) 1999. It appears I was coming to
grips with having a program consisting of more than one C file. It's an
interesting historical artifact, notable for the unusual indentation
- monty.tar.gz. An interactive, graphical
(with GTK+) simulation of the Monty Hall problem. You pick and door and
then decide whether to stick with it or switch; the program counts how
often you win using each strategy. I wrote this to try to convince my
ex-girlfriend Laura that switching is the better strategy.