Seamons.com is a collection of work and programming for and by Paul Seamons. But it is also for use by all Seamons family. Feel free to poke around.
The family section will include a signup section for having your own sub domain of the seamons.com domain as well as anything else family related.
The world is full of knots, and there are few good resources for learning how to tie them on the internet -- a hole waiting to be filled...
Knots forming loops -- from bowlines to butterflies.
Knots for tying rope to other things.
Knots for tying ropes together.
Knots for the ends of ropes.
Not knots - but better.
Bindings for rope to keep them from unravelling.
Building things out of rope and poles.
A quick reference for working with the Emacs edittor.
Someday a resume. I'm not for hire, but people might be curious.
BS in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University. (If I told you when you'd know my age)
First real job.
Second actual job.
I inherited it. I bandaged it. Now we are going to make it solid.
Project Bob - and we don't mean MicroSoft's. Bob is a little guy with a big world to overcome. Right now he's about 9 years old.
Falling blocks - Tetris style. This one is 10 years old.
Mahjong matching game. The graphics aren't great - but the gameplay is the same.
Cloudify Menu System.
Basic Bar Graphs.
And then there is what I do for a hobby in my spare time. These are the various projects I work on from time to time.
The anti-framework application builder. It makes building Web applications fun - without taking the control away - and without making simple things complex.
Template::Toolkit compatible - but fast and light. There is no excuse for not using Template::Toolkit syntax now.
Simple server base class. Bring your protocol and you have an instant server.
NFS safe file locking.
Complex data encoding using normal URI query strings. No need for WebForms.
Taint capabilities - now under your terms.
Up and coming. Definitely disruptive.
Abandoned for now - but interested for a quick look.