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A Complete List of Code I Didn’t Write

I recently updated my official online presence, and rather than toss attribution about willy-nilly, I figured I’d make a blog post to acknowledge the few bits of code that I didn’t write from scratch. Of course, “from scratch” can be a slippery term as far as websites go, so I drew the line at any […]

Election Day UI Gripe

There are 169 recognized voting municipalities in Connecticut, and 22 of them start with “W”—that means a lot of user time wasted scrolling through this enormous drop-down menu.  Setting up a separate search for town name isn’t too tough, but that would increase server load (and not be fun since it’d probably have to be […]

It’s not that I don’t like comments and notes. But they can be very, very ugly. And they can turn a short post into a long one, and a long post into an unreadable monstrosity. So I decided to do some quick toggle work using JQuery, which this theme already uses to generate its tag cloud. …
Who needs a job when you can spend the morning making Tumblr suck less?

The Tell-Tale R: Hiding Tumblr Comments/Notes with JQuery

Hiding Tumblr Comments/Notes with JQuery

It’s not that I don’t like comments and notes. But they can be very, very ugly. And they can turn a short post into a long one, and a long post into an unreadable monstrosity.  So I decided to do some quick toggle work using JQuery, which this theme already uses to generate its tag […]