Code: Delicious.com + Thumbalizr screenshots + caching

I’m playing with my Delicious Snapcasa code this weekend to see if I can replace Snapcasa with the thumbalizr.com screenshot-service. Snapcasa was great because it gave me plenty of free captures each month, but it has some serious problems capturing some of the sites I throw at it, and was behaving rather randomly, so it…

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Delicious Screenshots – my first wordpress plugin

Delicious Snapcasa – A Wordpress Plugin for displaying delicious.com bookmarks on your blog with screenshots from Snapcasa.

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Playing with SnapCasa screenshots and del.icio.us

Tonights nerdfest will include trying to use the SnapCasa and del.icio.us to generate a lovely page full of thumbnails, one for each url. Ingredients: 1. My 100 latest bookmarked urls from del.icio.us: http://feeds.delicious.com/v2/rss/mskogly?count=100 2. A SnapCasa login account. 3. A server that supports xslt transformation. (I’m running MAMP on my macbook, and pappmaskin is hosted…

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Open source flash-based sound sequenzer

I’ve been thinking alot about making a soundbased installation in Adobe Flash, using sensors and switches, and I’ve gotten around to making a few small eksperiments/prototypes as research, which I’m planning to share on this site later. But I also found this old experiment I wrote in Flash 5 (!) and wanted to share it….

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Happy birthday to GNU!

Just got a heads up that the wonderful people over at GNU used one of my pictures in their Happy Birthday to GNU-video. I am of course a big fan of open source in all shapes and forms, so this is simply an honor and a delight! I said jokingly to my wife that “it…

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Bomber Jack Clone

I spent a few weeks creating a Bomber Jack clone from scratch for a radio show at NRK, and ended up reskinning it at least 3 times for other projects (easy money). This version was made for the Norwegian election in 2003. Valgfleskspillet. And here is a screenshot from another clone, made for the childens…

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