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Inspired by that wacky usability guru jakob nielsen, I've put up a list of the most popular pages at secretGeek. I'm going to make this list available from the menu on the right. So come with me now as we self-indulgently dip into the archives...

  1. Award for the Silliest User Interface: Windows Search

    As seen in an actual book!

  2. How to be depressed

    Harness the power of cognitive distortion to help you get less out of life.

  3. You are NOT inadequate.

    You're not. And if you've missed out on making your fortune from Web 2.0, just forgive yourself now. Maybe Web 5.0 will be your turn.

  4. Refactoring With Whidbey

    A silly joke, as timeless as the rivalry between C# and VB.

  5. The World's Simplest Code Generator (javascript edition)

    A real tool that I recommend you use every day. (I used it to write this list!)

  6. Sexy New Development Methodology!

    TODO Driven Development. What started out as a joke has inspired a multi million dollar web 2.0 company. Probably.

  7. Excel-Lite: Hey coder! This spreadsheet's for you!

    The programmer's spreadsheet that lets you crank out twice the code in a tenth of the time.

  8. How to write a novel

    Everything you shouldn't do, but will do, when you try to write a novel.

  9. Writer's Block, Geek-Block, and Procrastination

    A technique for overcoming Geek Block

  10. Gradient Maker

    Image generator that helps you blend colours.

If you're looking for something particular at secretGeek -- use the search box at right.

If, for some sick reason, you want to read every single post, you could start with the archive.





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Humans: A Tragedy. Humans: A Tragedy.
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OfficeQuest... Gamification for the Office Suite OfficeQuest... Gamification for the Office Suite
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Programming The Robot from Diary of a Wimpy Kid Programming The Robot from Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Happy new year 2014 Happy new year 2014
Downtime as a service Downtime as a service
The Shape of Your Irrationality The Shape of Your Irrationality
This is why I don't go to nice restaurants any more. This is why I don't go to nice restaurants any more.
A flowchart of what programmers do at work all day A flowchart of what programmers do at work all day
The Telepresent Man. The Telepresent Man.
Interview with an Ex-Microsoftie. Interview with an Ex-Microsoftie.
CRUMBS! Commandline navigation tool for Powershell CRUMBS! Commandline navigation tool for Powershell
Little tool for making Amazon affiliate links Little tool for making Amazon affiliate links
Extracting a Trello board as markdown Extracting a Trello board as markdown
hgs: Manage Lots of Mercurial Projects Simultaneously hgs: Manage Lots of Mercurial Projects Simultaneously
You Must Get It! You Must Get It!
AddDays: A Very Simple Date Calculator AddDays: A Very Simple Date Calculator
Google caught in a lie. Google caught in a lie.
NimbleText 2.0: More Than Twice The Price! NimbleText 2.0: More Than Twice The Price!
A Computer Simulation of Creative Work, or 'How To Get Nothing Done' A Computer Simulation of Creative Work, or 'How To Get Nothing Done'
NimbleText 1.9 -- BoomTown! NimbleText 1.9 -- BoomTown!
Line Endings. Line Endings.
**This** is how you pivot **This** is how you pivot
Art of the command-line helper Art of the command-line helper
Go and read a book. Go and read a book.
Slurp up mega-traffic by writing scalable, timeless search-bait Slurp up mega-traffic by writing scalable, timeless search-bait
Do *NOT* try this Hacking Script at home Do *NOT* try this Hacking Script at home
The 'Should I automate it?' Calculator The 'Should I automate it?' Calculator

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