I created a simple utilitarian project recently in the form of a TamperMonkey script. So what TamperMonkey? The answer is that it is a that executes a little bit of user-defined Javascript on certain webpages. The script I developed is just a simple way to add some custom links onto every Wikipedia page. As you

Forking a WordPress Plugin


Abstract This article describes the process of forking an existing word press plug-in. Additionally, I document one approach for setting up a development machine to be able to debug and develop .PHP and Javascript programs. This article is coming soon! In meantime, please see the link section below to visit the github repository for this

Form follows function


Abstract This blog post documents the creation of a simple “web-app” for viewing articles from simple.wikipedia and en.wikipedia side-by-side, and expounds on the importance of a “do-it-yourself”-attitude and a “minimalistic-mindset” to the programmer. The finished product described here can be seen at the following URL: https://kundalinisoftware.com/io/wikicompare.html Form Follows Function The phrase “form follows function” comes