Well this is the third edition of the sweet hacks series. In each edition I highlight clever code, cool uses of technology, and do it yourself projects that I find on the net. Anyone is welcome to submit their own sweet hacks by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hacks are accepted for the series based on my whim. Continue reading »
Welcome to Volume II of the sweet hacks series. A sweet hack can be a clever piece of code, an innovative way of solving a technical problem, or pretty much whatever strikes me as cool. This edition includes Star Wars, Twitter, Rubik’s cubes, Webcams, Pong, Legos, and The Naked Game – with such a high concentration of geekiness mixed in with a little naked code you really can’t go wrong. Read on to get the full scoop and nominate your own sweet hack for the next edition. Continue reading »
A sweet hack can be a clever piece of code, an innovative way of solving a technical problem, or just a cool use of technology. I put together a list of 5 hacks that I think are really sweet.
I am making Sweet Hacks a regular series here at GrokCode, turning it into a blog carnival that runs every three months. If you would like to nominate your own sweet hack for the next issue, send an email to jess [AT] grokcode.com with a short description of the hack and a link. Or if you are a del.icio.us user, tag the page “for:grokcode” to put it into my “links for you section.” Continue reading »