My name is Cédric Bozzi and this is my blog. Mostly, it’s an aggregate of my tweets and Instagram posts, but once in a while you may yet see an actual article here.
I sometimes program. It just happens, periodically, either because I’ve got an amazingly innovating idea, or just that I found out about a new development environment.
Eveything listed here is freeware (as in beer — I’m all for open source but it doesn’t fit my frame of mind).
A mini FTP client for webmasters: set up a correspondence between your local directory tree and your websites, and you can upload modified file with just a click.
A skinnable desktop clock that takes advantage of XP’s translucent windows feature.
A mix of OS X’s Dock and Serial Experiments: Lain’s Navi that I never took time to actually implement.
A NeXTstep-like interface featuring the Dock and Workspace Menu.
A utility that sends a text file’s contents to Baxter, the BeOS IRC client that didn’t support multi-line scripts at the time.