Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

July 2006

Geek in the Park - When the geeks come out to play.

In Leam, with the evening event at the Jug!

Joel on Software: Private Offices Redux

Developers need peace and quiet! » Dark Room

WriteRoom clone for Windows. Requires .Net 2.0 though.

Listings for Film Four

Mike Davidson: Hacking A More Tasteful MySpace

Just what the casual MySpace-curious web-savvy geek needs. Far too much nested table gunk for me to be bothered to figure out but Mike’s done the hard work. Nice.

WriteRoom | Hog Bay Software

Pure writing environment. Just text and no distractions. 10.4 only.

CFMX on Intel Macs - The Definitive Guide

Seeding in the Champions League 2006/2007

Arsenal seeded third for the third qualifying round

Javascript Sound Kit

Some smart Flash bridging to control playback of MP3s from Javascript

Dean Edwards' Packer

Javascript compressor/obfuscator

Top 30 Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Behind the Glass Curtain | Metropolis Magazine

Google’s new HQ

waferbaby (the code)

His blog’s CMS code open sourced


JavaDoc for ActionScript 2

Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 Service Pack 1

Now free…

19 Rails Tricks Most Rails Coders Don't Know

When less is more : Journal : Mark Boulton

“For me, less is more is about clarity”

Creating Passionate Users: How your product can inspire The Nod

“When we give The Nod to another, it’s NOT about the thing we have in common–it’s about what having that thing says about us.”

Andy Budd::Blogography: Public Speaking Tips

Seven Steps to Better Presentations, by Jeffrey Veen

Apple - Pro - Tips - Two Seconds to Sleep

Send a Mac to sleep with Command-Option-Eject


Forthcoming ColdFusion weblog engine in Mach II and ColdSpring

Jon Udell: Introduction to E4X

AKA ECMAScript for XML

JavaScript Closures for Dummies | Developing thoughts — Morris Johns

Put off Firefox 1.5's "Unresponsive script" dialogue

Orangoo Spell Check - Online spell checking

Web-based Ajaxy spell checker in textareas

Essentials, 2006 edition [dive into mark]

Ubuntu/Linux must-haves