The Text Editor I've Been Searching For This Whole Time Was TextEdit

I love text. It is central to my work. I write code, I write fiction, I design graphics, and I read a lot. I have a lot of opinions about how words should look. And sometimes, I want my words to reflect the speed with which I wrote them, and similarly, the speed with which they can be retrieved. » 4/30/15 6:05am 4/30/15 6:05am

I'm a writer and my partner and I developed and scripted out this concept pitch for the CW promo dept. The Fight Club idea originally came from the SVP of On-Air there (the mighty Ed Sion) and the elevator sequence was a separate script idea from us that ended up becoming the intro. What you see above is what I… » 4/14/15 11:05am 4/14/15 11:05am

Like what was already said: Neuromancer has been plumbed so much already, that it will feel like a ripoff and, honestly, the most interesting parts were the psychological questions at play and the nature of AI. I'm not sure I want that to be a movie. » 7/27/14 3:50pm 7/27/14 3:50pm

Peggo Converts YouTube Videos to Audio for Offline Listening

Web: Peggo is a simple web service that takes your favorite YouTube videos, whether they're music, podcasts, or other programming, and saves them as audio files so you can listen to them later or offline. It even removes silence to keep filesizes small, and normalizes volume so you don't get surprised if you're… » 7/21/14 6:00am 7/21/14 6:00am

A Great Way to Listen to Those Mysterious "Number Stations"

For decades, shortwave radio enthusiasts have been stumbling upon mysterious stations that broadcast a looping noise, such as a nursery rhyme, occasionally punctuated by someone reading a string of numbers. The most popular theory is that these are coded messages—and now, an online shortwave radio lets you listen in. » 7/15/14 3:06pm 7/15/14 3:06pm