trac Report for Feature Voting

I use trac for quite a few projects of mine. Recently I tried to find a plugin for deciding which features to implement next. Usually trac hacks has something in store for that, but not this time. I wanted to be able to create a ticket and then collect user feedback as comments for the […]

Colorillo: Draw on an LED Wall

Colorillo currently powers a collaborative drawing event in Vienna: At Adria Wien there is a temporary LED wall on which you can draw with the help of Colorillo. Take your mobile phone (iPhone or Android, also iPod Touch, iPad or Laptop works) out of your pocket, enter the URL that you find there, and on […]

Colorillo

Currently I am doing my civillian service in Austria (though only 1.5 months to go), but in summer when I had a little free time I built something small and neat: Colorillo. Colorillo is a very simple drawing program on a web site. What makes it particularly fun is that you can draw together with […]

Unknown Blummy Treasures

Steve Rubel re-mentions blummy on his blog. Thanks a lot! I'd like to take this chance to show you some of the lesser known blummlets (or bookmarklets if you prefer). Take a look at how I have configured my blummy. Alexa The favorite of my blummlets (and in this case it deserves to be called […]

Blummy wins Web 2.0 Bookmarking Award!

I'm proud to announce that Blummy has been voted to first place of the bookmarking category by the Web 2.0 Awards by seomoz.org. Blummy placed in front of Looksmart's Furl.net and it's similar sounding competitor spurl.net. As all the other winners of each category, I have also been interviewed. I can highly recommend reading the […]

Blummy: Major Update

I'm proud to announce a major update of Blummy. Blummy now includes blummyWiki, a small notebook-wiki that can be displayed within the current page. So you could store favorite URLs or commonly used information there which will be available on any page just like Blummy. And of course it's crossbrowser and crosscomputer. In my opinion […]

Further Speed Improvements

I have decided to turn on caching to full throttle. This means that I don't request the browser any more to check back with blummy.com (to see if something has changed in the configuration) when you click on your blummy bookmarklet. So if you have high latency times between you (e.g. when you are living […]

Introducing: Wish-O-Matic

So Christmas is approaching and you need to buy some presents for your friends. So good for the idea, but what to buy? I've created a little web app for that, called Wish-O-Matic. You choose a few things of which you know that your friend likes them. That's it. That app will tell you what […]

Create your blummlet: Wizard

Do you miss a service on blummy? Well, create it for yourself. Don't have a clue how Javascript works? Does not matter anymore. [Feature] Wizard for create your own blummlet This should make it quite easy to create a blummlet for any service yourself. Because space is a little limited there, I give a more […]

Loading Blummy…

People have been complaining that it took more than one click to open blummy. The problem is that it may take some time to transfer the blummy script source to your computer (due to slow server, network, whatever). So after the first click, blummy is loaded from blummy.com, when you click again (before blummy appears), […]