We're all neighbors on this planet, aren't we?
I'm Xan Gregg,
a Macintosh programmer and Ultimate Frisbee player
living in Durham, NC. Send mail [updated] and say hello.
Here are some photos I've taken with my QuickTake 150 digital
68K. Me, sitting in my home office.
80K. My wife, Bonnie, wouldn't sit for a photo, so here's her
preserved wedding bouquet instead.
68K. The shed that I built behind my house.
32K. Some of the action at a recent ultimate game. If you like
that one, try a whole page of
recent ultimate photos.
Here are some
recent ultimate photos
from June of 96.
Files - From Me to You
YesNoCancel is a freeware Macintosh control panel I wrote to allow users to hit
dialog buttons using the keyboard. I wrote it because I liked to keep
my hands at the keyboard when I got the "Save Changes? Yes/No/Cancel"
dialog after hitting Cmd-W (Close) or Cmd-Q (Quit).
Generally you can just type the
first letter of a button name to press the button. You can
download [not any more]
latest version (1.2.1) from here. It's only 16K!
MacTech Magazine has a Programmer's Challenge column each month in
which the challenge is to write some code to perform some action as
quickly as possible. I've entered six times this year and won three.
Here you can find the source code
for each of my entries.
Forest Hills Ultimate
- where I play frisbee
- home of the Programmer's Challenge
Last Modified June 23, 1996.