EZforms lets you build any custom form using special fields like check boxes, picture fields and even signature capture fields. Then access them from anywhere on your iPhone!
A web application for storing contacts, creating cool sticky notes, sending email campaigns and writing invoices.
An open source project to allow you to use custom fonts on web pages without using sIFR.
Idea and Prototype Phase
An experiment in crowd sourced book writing. It has been done with the book about penguins http://www.amillionpenguins.com. With that particular project the challenges were keeping the writing in line and in a followable format since everyone has different writing styles it is very difficult to have multiple people write a book. I intend to implement a simple method that will allow crowds to write fictional content as well as non-fictional content by incorporating a series of tactics to get the next writer into the “mind” of the original writer in order to keep he flow feel and style of the stories in tact. All books will be open source and free to download. Books by the people for the people!
This project is an AI project that will parse speech into web sites. Being a web developer I thought wouldn’t it be great if I could be lazy and build a website by just talking to it. This is the ultimate goal. The app will build the page using a simple text box for input you can then use any text to speech program to simply talk into the text box. As you talk the page will begin building before your eyes, with proper xhtml and css markup of course.
Recursive Lossless Compression
Wouldn’t it be great if you could recompress data over and over again? I thought so, and have for the past 7 years. It is my unicorn so to speak. There are theories on it, none proven however and many skeptics. My best friend is one of them. you may ask if it’s only a theory how can you know its possible? Well the truth is I have done it, I have recompressed data many times with a 40% compression ratio each time! (impressive huh) I get the file down quite small, there is always a bottom limit but the limit is probably enough to fit a 2gig file on a floppy disk or close to it. So yes I can compress the data I have all the exact bytes of the original file. I just can’t put those bytes back in the right order again. That is my life’s challenge. Devise a way to put humpty dumpty together again. As computers continually increase processing power I know this can be achieved if not today, then tomorrow.