- Eclipse information centers
- December 14, 2007: IBM Content Management Version 8.4 Information Center
- December 5, 2005: IBM DB2 Content Manager Standard Version 8.3 Information Center
- March 25, 2005: IBM Content Management Version 8.3 Information Center.
Led the Eclipse information center project for all of Content Management. Much bigger
scope than anything I've ever done in the past. Required me to strategize new ways to
install, configure, automate, test (in China, no less), translate,
- January 26, 2004: IBM DB2 OnDemand Version 7.1 Information Center. Led the team that
adopted the Eclipse help system for the IBM DB2 Content Manager OnDemand documentation.
It helps customers to peruse and search topics across various IBM
- Taming the paper tiger
- July 22, 2004: Wrote the "OnDemand Information Center: A closer
look" section in this IBM developerWorks article.
- blog.flup.org support
- Wrote the online help for blog.flup.org.
- Episode Guide Work
- My episode synopses started as a leisurely hobby but later evolved
into a serious endeavor. For me, they expressed an aspect to writing
that technical publications tend to lack: action verbs. If you think
about it, verbs energize the English language. We often neglect good
action verbs in favor of dead nouns and unimaginative "is" verbs.
In my opinion, TV drama offers the best variety of action verbs.
- Steve's SmackDown Stables
- Playstation's "WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role" game features the
most amusing creative tool that I've encountered to date: Creating a
Superstar. It inspired me to draw myself, my friends, and co-workers.
Among other details, I could exaggerate our mannerisms, pick fighting
moves for us, design our taunts, and select our entrance music. I
even starred everyone in Royal Rumbles that I personally choreographed and
- Music Video Survey Results
- Every few months, I record a variety of music videos and survey my
friends on how they like them. Then, using an Excel spreadsheet, I
tabulate which videos that they judged as the the best and worst. The results
get posted as an HTML "billboard" chart.
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