Migrated to julianpanetta.com
Over a year ago, my dusty old server at Caltech finally went down for the last time. When I flew back to visit, I saw the hard drive had crashed and was beyond repair. RIP, faithful Pentium III box. Your years of free, tireless service will never be forgotten.

I've finally settled on a hosting service and have migrated over what survived. I'll be updating a redesigning this site to reflect things that I've done in the two years post-Tech.
17 comments - Posted 1/24/2012 11:43:20am
POSIX utility "into"
I just released a small open source utility for POSIX-compliant systems called into. This utility sidesteps the annoying impossibility of using a pipeline to update a file without first explicitly dumping to a temporary file.

Read more about into here or skip straight to downloading it here.
7 comments - Posted 12/28/2009 1:28:35am
Caltech East!
Were it not for the campus police, Caltech would have converted MIT into our East Campus--a place for techers to study the humanities. Nevertheless, the website I made for Caltech's East campus can be found at east.caltech.edu.

A mirror can be found on this server here.
19 comments - Posted 11/30/2009 4:48:55pm
PNM Quick Look Plugin
The PNM image format is really useful when developing quick little image processing utilities, but there's very little support for it built into Mac OS X. To help remedy this problem, I have just released a quick look plugin for the PNM image format.

Check it out on the software page, or jump straight to downloading it here!
200 comments - Posted 9/12/2009 6:09:48pm
I just added a blog to this site. I intend to use it to document solutions to various computer and programming-related problems I encounter or just cool things I come across. It happens too many times that I'll finally solve a problem only to run into it again a year or so later after forgetting the solution.

Who knows? Maybe with a little help from Google, others can find some use in it!
177 comments - Posted 9/11/2009 11:32:51pm
Miscellaneous Updates
I have made a few changes to this website that hopefully will do something about the comment spam that has been plaguing it. I guess I'll just have to wait and see.

I spent a few days over winter break updating Graphite. I implemented several new features, but I still have a bit more testing I want to do. Unfortunately classes started a few weeks ago, and this term is shaping up to be quite difficult. Hopefully I'll get a chance one of these weekends.

One of the classes I'm taking, CS176, involves weekly implementations of various graphics algorithms. I have posted a webpage for each of the first two assignments that I've finished:

CS176 HW1: Seam Carving
CS176 HW2: Texture Synthesis

The remaining assignments will be linked from my school page when they are completed.
259 comments - Posted 1/25/2009 1:07:01am
Graphite in the App Store!
Apple just approved my graphing calculator, Graphite, for sale on the iTunes App Store. Read more about it here!
129 comments - Posted 9/12/2008 11:24:14pm
Graphite finished!
I've finally finished Graphite, my graphing calculator for the iPhone and iPod touch. I'm just waiting now for it to be accepted to the iTunes application store. Check out the page for it in the software section!
8 comments - Posted 9/6/2008 3:07:22pm
Server back up!
Ever since Caltech Housing/IMSS's epic failure at upgrading our ethernet cables, my server has been down. Lloyd's radio (server) room was without internet for several weeks. But, when the internet came back, my server didn't come back with it. I finally had some time tonight to investigate, and it turns out there were two problems: my server had been turned off (oops!), and the network switch to which it was connected wasn't plugged into the wall. At least it's back up now!
6 comments - Posted 8/4/2008 11:29:03pm
New site!
I finally have gotten around to writing a new website for myself. There is basically no content at the moment, but I will eventually add information on some (EE) projects I have done. I also plan to upload software I have written and interesting (?) school assignments.
10 comments - Posted 5/31/2008 7:30:40am
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