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— 20 days 16 hours ago on Twitter
Below is a list of software, websites, and mobile apps that I've worked on.
My (very sparsely-populated) blog about vaguely programming-related things can be found at /blog.
Turn your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into a digital frame with iPhrame! iPhrame lets you display all your photos from Facebook in a slideshow on your device, so you can use it just like a digital photo frame.
Ever needed to convert accurately between two units in a hurry? Physics Converter's simple interface and large variety of units makes converting almost anything quick, easy and precise.
Do you want something to keep you occupied for as long as you like that requires no effort? Have you ever wanted to find out how long you can keep your finger on the screen of your iPhone for? You should give Bored Game a try.
Inspired by a fellow student, Wake Me Up is a simple app to keep you awake. Set the timer, choose a sound, and Wake Me Up will repeatedly count down, playing the chosen sound whenever the timer reaches zero.
The official app of the University of York Students' Union, for iOS and Android.
A series of iOS, Android, webOS and BlackBerry apps for Redirack, a pallet racking and mezzanine floor manufacturer based in Mexborough, South Yorkshire.
Technical Officer on the Goodricke College JCRC from January 2011 to December 2012, developing and maintaining the college website.
The website for Goodfest 2012, the annual festival at Goodricke College.
Queue and download files from RapidShare as a free or premium user.
Facebook photos screensaver, made using C# and WPF.