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Here are a few of the projects I've gotten up to over the years that haven't disappeared completely.

Auto-Podcast Script (2009)

The script I use to power Sellout Central.

Sellout Central (2009)

A weekly podcast of some of my favorite songs.

Mappy Email Signup (2008)

I wanted a quick and easy way to ask website visitors for their email addresses and locations. This does that via Google Maps.

Fake It Video (2008)

I need your help making the most cliché music video ever. Send in videos of you performing or lip-synching to my song -- the cheesier and amateur-looking the better!

Brad Sucks Digital Download Store (2007)

I needed a cheap, DRM-free digital download store so I wrote this quickly over a few days. Then I thought it'd be useful for other artists. It was created to sell music but any files will work. Authors, photographers and artists could use it as well.

Out of It Community Backup Vocals (2007)

I got the Internet to sing on my album Out of It.

Gimme Some Money (2007)

This is a straight-up open source clone of Gimme Some Candy. It's an awesome "tip jar with benefits" idea but they're not taking new artists and I wanted one of my own and thought other artists would benefit.

Guitar painting (2006)

I painted a guitar. Let me be an example to you all.

Sounds for Pidgin Instant Messenger (2004)

Steven Garrity and I designed the sounds that come with Pidgin.

Outside the Inbox (2003)

Outside the Inbox is a compilation of songs inspired by and titled after the subject lines of mass-email -- commonly known as spam. I asked artists to choose a spam subject line and then write a song with the same title.

In4mador! (2002)

A little community site of interesting and fun links.

Stripcreator (2001)

I made a little HTML/Javascript engine back in 2001 to help me create comic strips and then wound up building an entire site around it.

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