Archives for the ‘Projects’ Category

E-Commerce with Drop Cart

By • Nov 28th, 2008 • Category: Projects

Update: I recently acquired, so No Cart is now Drop Cart! The secret is out. My big project that required me to make Open Analytics is called No Cart Drop Cart. Drop Cart is a solution I came up with for bloggers and small businesses who have the desire to create an online store, […]

Open Source Real-Time Analytics

By • Sep 26th, 2008 • Category: Projects

As some of you know, one of my big upcoming services required me to develop my own open source analytics system before I could continue work on it. While there are several good commercial and open source analytics alternatives out there, none of them provided the customization of data I needed, specifically the ability to […]

Open Source Analytics

By • Sep 19th, 2008 • Category: Projects

My latest project is probably the largest one I’ve taken on single-handedly, but there is quite a bit to gain once it’s complete. I am currently working on an open system for providing real-time website statistics and analytics. Yes, there are plenty of free alternatives readily available, such as Google Analytics, Amung.Us, and Woopra. There […]

Reverse Auctions

By • Sep 1st, 2008 • Category: Projects

Tonight I am putting the final touches on my reverse auction site, but before I announce it I figured I would share what the site does and why I made it. Reverse auctions are simply the opposite of regular auctions, where instead of the high bidder being the winner, the auction goes to the lowest […]

Sign up for OpenID with Portable Name

By • Aug 31st, 2008 • Category: Projects

I finished several of my new projects recently and will be announcing a few over the long weekend. One I feel is ready for use is my OpenID provider Portable Name. What is OpenID? OpenID is an simplified way of logging in to your favorite sites. It enables you to sign in anywhere (that accepts […]

Temporary e-mail from

By • Aug 2nd, 2008 • Category: Projects

I did some research this evening and learned what I would have to do to begin offering my own 24-hour e-mail service again. So, in about a month, I will begin offering disposable or temporary e-mail addresses that end with A disposable e-mail address is an e-mail account where you can receive mail for […]

Upcoming Projects

By • Jul 14th, 2008 • Category: Projects

Laura and I have a few projects that we’ve been working on and I thought I would share them since it’s been a while since I’ve been able to post over here. We have both been busy posting on our other sites and have a few things we’ve been doing around the house as well. […]

GrandCentral Click to Call Add-on for Firefox

By • Jun 29th, 2008 • Category: Firefox

Google Voice Update: This extension will no longer work after you upgrade from GrandCentral to Google Voice. Once you upgrade your account, uninstall this plugin and install the Google Voice Add-on for Firefox. Development on this addon will cease now that all GrandCentral users can upgrade to Google Voice. Read about the add-on changes here. […]

Good Karaoke Project

By • Apr 27th, 2008 • Category: Daily Life, Projects

I thought I’d share a project I’ve been working on for the past few weeks called Good Karaoke. try{gk.list(‘e58XtujhKQ2BPO1QUnOe4l9y0B0BLqJQ’)}catch(e){}This post contains media that can not be displayed in the current reader. I have been writing a social network / song search engine for karaoke singers and DJs. The social network side is not quite ready […]