Charlie Hoey

I mostly program computers, but I also do lots of other things. I've been self conscious about presenting them for some reason, so I've published work quietly all over the internet with no real master index. I just read something by Darius Kazemi about small projects that got me thinking about it:

"It does not matter how [small] or frivolous a project seems: everything you do adds to your body of work. I can’t stress this enough: you are not just creating a bunch of small things. You are creating an ecosystem of projects."

And I want to think he's right, so I'm deciding I believe it. I think I'll just make this a wiki at some point, but for now, HTML FILES. JUST LIKE OUR GRANDPARENTS BUILT 'EM!

Ongoing projects:

Here are some electronics projects

Ideas about things to add later:

  • I should backup all my flickr photos and metadata and bring them here. Tired of paying for that crap every year.
  • I should create an API for my screenshots of Columbo title screens
  • I should let you navigate this site by commits, seeing the previous version by the hash of the previous commit, somehow without having to replace all the files