Table of contents

  • BDay: The super simple birthday and anniversary reminder program.

  • Erudite: Download articles from Instapaper or Pocket, convert them to an appropriate format such as EPUB or MOBI, and add them to your Calibre ebook library.

  • Evlib Java: A collection of reusable tools and utilities that I found I was often re-implementing in different Java projects.

  • In Brief: The miscellaneous bucket for other small projects.

  • About Evan


The super simple birthday and anniversary reminder program.

Main Window

BDay is a simple program to help you track birthdays and anniversaries. It runs when you start or log in to your computer, displays any events that are coming up, and then exits when you click OK. It does not hang around in the system tray or as a background process taking up your computer’s resources. If there are no events to be displayed, then you wont even see BDay run.

More DetailsDownloads for Windows & LinuxGitHub




In Brief

clementinemonitor: Monitors what is currently playing in your Clementine music player, by hooking into the relevant dbus signals to detect state change. (Read my review of Clementine).

timeline: Shell script that collects screen captures and (optionally) webcam captures and builds a daily time-lapsed video of the day’s activity.


About Evan

Evan is a computer programmer, software architect, application developer or whatever you want to call it. Most of the time he just says, “I work with computers.” When he is contracting he trades as McLean Computer Services.

Evan likes lots of open source things like Linux, and runs Arch Linux on his main computer at home, even though he develops software for Windows as well.

You can find Evan on Twitter, and possibly even track him down on Google Plus where he describes himself as a “software developer and wry observationist.”

Evan, along with his spousal overunit live in Melbourne, Australia with two children, two cats, two guinea pigs, and one dog, who wrote this page.


Where to Find Him