From time to time, during my spare time (usually on weekends), I work on small projects for fun. I usually write posts about those projects, as other people may find them interesting. Here are some of them:

  • No Bullshit Games, a curated collection of no-bullshit games without intrusive ads and in-app purchases.
  • Quick Site, a static website template with auto-deployment and a sane structure. Just clone, add your content, and you have your very own site.
  • historious, a search engine for your bookmarks.
  • IMGZ, an image host that won't fuck you over.
  • Dead Man's Switch, email your loved ones after you die.
  • Spamnesty, a service that messes with spammers by pretending to be a human.
  • Pastery, the sweetest pastebin in the world.
  • TimeTaco, quickly make your own countdowns.
  • Eternum, for easily pinning files on IPFS.
  • IPFEssay, for publishing uncensorable essays, again on IPFS. Resist!
  • Hearth, Dropbox for IPFS, publish files from a folder on your computer.
  • It's a live, a personal favorite, a fantastic tool for giving prerecorded live demos.
  • Makerfolio, a site for posting your weekend projects. A site so unsuccessful, even this list isn't on it.
  • Expounder, a library that helps you explain things better on the web.
  • Cast All The Things, a command-line library that lets you cast videos to your Chromecast.
  • yeecli, a command-line utility to control your YeeLight lamps.

I also have more tangible weekend projects made out of actual hardware, some of which are below: