What to Code?

I program mostly on the side, for fun. However, from time to time coding projects are directly useful to doing my job.

For the moment, my principal coding projects (links to come) are:

  1. GrepMoodMusic: The idea here is to be able to have playlists generated on the fly based on a listener's mood and listening history.
  2. NewsGet: An RSS feed reader on steriods. It remembers what you read and can accept any feed defined by perl regexes and a uri.
  3. Fun with the patent databases:The USPTO database contains lots of juicy information that ought to be extracted.

I'd also like to learn python and lisp. I still maintain Public.law and HLSNet. And, I am a tester for the h2o Project and the Creative Commons license chooser.

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