Right now, I'm working on some IvyTap related projects, maintaining a few iOS apps, and writing FHSTwitterEngine, unfold, and rbshapes. I'm always busy programming, but I'm always down to start something new.
When I go to college, I'll probably study CS and philosophy, continue at Ivytap, and change the world along the way.
A proverbial breath of fresh air in the form of a downloader. It's designed like a social media app, built like a tank, and loaded with features. You should download it.
Have you ever wanted to write a script that posts a tweet to a users's timeline or tweets script status? Maybe you even wanted to have the user follow you on twitter. That's all possible now, with TerminalBird. TerminalBird is the bridge between your script and Twitter.
Right now, TerminalBird is written in Objective-C. There is an effort underway to port it to a Ruby gem for better OS compatibility.
curl static.natesymer.com/tbird/tbird > ~/tbird; sudo mv ~/tbird /usr/bin/tbird; sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/tbird