Daniel's Stuff


Why open source sucks

Jan 31 2023

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What I learned after a year of reverse engineering

Sept 5 2022

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Why I Don't Monetize my Software Projects

July 2 2022

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Announcement: Domain Switching

June 24 2022

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Destroying an expensive camera for science

March 12 2022

After hacking the Fujifilm camera firmware, I got a cheap
broken Fujifilm XF-1 and decided to perform my hacks on it.
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Tiny Embedded Module System Spec

Feb 4 2022

The Idea: Create a memory efficient alternative to ELF that
is less powerful, but good enough for a plugin/module system.
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Writing TINY Desktop Apps in C and GTK3

Jan 15 2022

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Using GNU m4 for basic stuff

Dec 24 2021

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I Hate Notifications

Dec 9 2021

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The "Awakening" Argument

Nov 22 2021

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Hacking the Fujifilm Digital Cameras

Jul 30 2021

I recently got my hands on a cheap Fujifilm HS20 EXR. It's a pretty old camera (2012),
but I thought it'd be a good way to practice my hacking skills.
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Creating My Own Architecture, Operating System, Assembler

Feb 4 2021

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Ditching Windows: 1 Year Later

Dec 8 2020

check out the previous post

A year ago, I wrote a post describing my experience moving from Windows 10
to Linux. Here, I will elaborate on my points.
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Dismantling a Roblox Scam

September 21, 2020

James 3:16: For where jealousy and selfish ambition exist, there will be disorder and every vile practice.
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Tips from a 5 year YouTuber

Aug 1 2020

I have been creating YouTube tutorials for almost 5 years now, As I constantly see examples of how tutorials should not
be made, I thought I should share a list of what I have learned over these years.
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New Testing Post.

April 23 2020

Another testing post for Tinyblog.

Bold stuff


Test post.

April 23 2020

This is a test post for my new blog software. Or whatever you want to call it.
It uses my own bare bones PHP markdown parser.
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Past Usernames

Monday, March 23, 2020

For the past 4 or 5 years, I have had many different usernames. So I thought I would write a story or something on how my username evolved over time.
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Only Screenshot of my old Doodlekit Website

Sunday, December 29, 2019

Now here's something nobody's interested in: I have managed to find the only surviving screenshot of pufflegamerz.doodlekit.com. That was my very first website that I created.

What I Leaned from Working on a Programming Language for 3 Years

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Corescript is a small "programming language" project I started in the summer of 2017. It was more of a hobby project that I made for fun rather than something somebody would seriously use. I worked on it until early 2019, abandoned it, then I started working on the Heb12 android.
The syntax for Corescript was meant to be very simple, and somewhat similar to MIT's Scratch.
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The Struggle of Moving to Linux

October 17, 2019

I have been using Windows for pretty much all my life. I remember using Windows XP in elementary school, with huge CRT monitors and Kid Pix. I have been using it for long over a decade now, and I have recently decided to switch.
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My First Line of Code

October 13, 2019

I remember writing my first few lines of code. Not only do I remember doing it, but I also have the exact file, untouched since the day I created it. It's not much, but pulling out a file I hadn't seen in years really made me want to share it.
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3 Years on Roblox

December 20, 2018

I've been on Roblox for 3 years now.
The thing is, I quit uninstalled the game because of how strange the community is becoming.

Homemade Computer Case

June 15 2018

So I had an old laptop - and turned into a desktop. But there's a catch: I built it in a cardboard box. Yes, it may sound like the most ridiculous thing you have ever heard, but it was fun to make.
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My New PC

March 31 2018

I just got a new PC about 2 weeks ago, and I love it. It has 8 gigs of ram, and an i5 2400 processor clocking a 3.1ghz. It has a 500gb SATA drive at 7200 rpm.
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Hello, World!

March 1 2018

I think this is my third blog, so welcome. I chose Coding of the Cosmos since I am interested in space.
If you want to see older posts see https://pufflegamerzstudios.wixsite.com/mysite-1

ScratchFormat is on the Chrome Web Store

December 2, 2017


I have just released ScratchFormat to the Chrome Web Store. It should be up in a couple hours.
I will change up the installation website soon.

No More Scratch Extensions

November 30, 2017


Well, this is a bummer. The Scratch Team just announced that they are going to delete all Scratch extension advertisements.
This means the IsOnline account is gone, the @ScratchMoji account is gone, and all other scratch extensions are gone.
(I had just started working on ScratchFormat at this point)

Coding Ideas

November 11, 2017

Do you ever just sit there and stare at your screen thinking, "What am I going to do today?" Me too. As a result, I made a software idea generator. Download it here (For windows users only)


November 11, 2017

VeryShort is my own url shortener. No strings attached. Use it at vs.nut.cc


November 11, 2017

WebCraft is a second version of JScraft. You can break and place blocks. I am still working on it. https://pufflegamerz.github.io/webcraft/


October 19, 2017

I started to experiment with the Html5 canvas today. After some fliddling, I came up with a mini 2D terrarian generator. Here it is:


Every Possible Command In Corescript

October 10, 2017

I have made a corescript program where I have put every single command there is in Corescript. You can see it here:

https://corescript.neocities.org/editor/#var name=John@break@set name=Jimmy@break@print Hello, (name)!@break@// Hello!@break@input name=What's your name?@break@cls@break@msg Hello!@break@goto 8@break@stop@break@if name=John@break@not name=John@break@play http://www.sample-videos.com/audio/mp3/crowd-cheering.mp3

( Since Wix says it is not a valid url, you will just have to copy + paste it into your url bar )

Also, don't try running it, since Corescript does not like every single command used at once. :)


October 9, 2017

For the past couple of months, I have been working on Corescript. I have just released 7.1, which you can access here.
I started Corescript about 7 Months ago. The GUI has changed a lot. This new update mainly includes bug fixes.

P.S. I lost the password to my X10Hosting website, so I will be moving everything to Github.

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