A wonderfully creative application of Perlin noise.
A clock that is never right, and unpredictable, but always looks plausibly correct.
An HTTPS reverse proxy that lets people pick custom subdomains for their websites and web apps.
A Pico-8 game with beautiful animation.
A small Lisp written in C. Jeff kept a diary on his blog (https://blog.jfo.click/) while writing it.
A clever prototype GUI for exploring relational databases.
Pepijn made a mouse out of wood. What a cool project.
A Perl REPL with support for tab completion, automatic class reloading, history support, and more.
A review of the last 30 years of computer input latency. Computers are getting faster, but latency keeps growing.
Xi (pronounced "Zigh") is cross platform, but it has a native UI on every operating system that it runs on. Text is rendered on the GPU, so it's blazing fast.