One of the biggest annoyances to me when doing research on the internet is when I find an enticing summary from a search engine query, but, when I try to access the resource, the website is not accessible because [the database server was down | enter your reason here]. This is why for the year […]
My travel plans fell through this spring break, so I finally had some time to sit down and take a look at Ruby and the Rails framework — a task that has been on my to do list for over a year. I acquired Build Your Own Ruby on Rails Web Application by Patrick Lenz […]
I received some great feedback from users of iScripture.org, the iPhone webapp that I released last week. And so I had another weekend of obsession implementing some new features that were suggested and fixing bugs.
The iScripture.org project was retired on March 3, 2011. See comment #15. Today marks the official first day for iScripture.org, a Bible viewer for the iPhone. It was specifically written to be extremely easy to use and fast without any distractions getting in the way. I stuck to the KISS (keep it simple stupid) style. […]