An in-depth post about colors, including clear explanations of different color spaces (RGB, HSL, etc) and how to define other concepts like contrast and pastels in terms of those spaces.
An open source email lottery, where a each week a randomly chosen subscriber gets to email all the other subscribers. Posts can be about anything; recent subject lines include "Hacking Hypertext", "The year of the tornado", and "human thoughts from a human being...maybe?"
A simple chrome extension that lets you archive your currently tabs for future searching and reference.
A clearly written guide to recursion, with examples in PHP.
In 2014, Max realized that packages from Maven Central weren't served over TLS. He built a proof of concept exploit that added cat pictures to any Java program that installed a package from the internet, and convinced Maven Central to support TLS.
A tool for crossword authors to find symmetrical crossings for their theme clues.
It is the most epic of epic line rider tracks.
A Rails engine for accepting payments with Stripe.
An OCaml package for using the Reddit API.
Ori built a "a simple, clean implementation of git for Plan 9."
Why? "Pride, mostly."