jg_batches 0.3.0

I restored the batch files related to dates and times, plus added timestamp2clipboard.bat which (as the name suggests) places a date and time stamp on the clipboard, for pasting into any program. For ease of use, create a Windows keyboard shortcut and you can get a timestamp instantly any time you need it. jg_batches 0.3.0

jg_batches 0.2.0

I added a readMe.txt and versions.txt to jg_batches 0.2.0. I also removed the batch files involving date/time settings, as they too strictly depend upon a specific set of language/date/time settings. I plan to restore them ASAP.

Updated resume

An acquaintance asked me to send my resume her way, so I updated it with the latest regarding my job at Teledyne, which has turned out to have a lot more responsibilities than I expected (which to be clear, is good). I feel like this really is an opportunity to make a huge impact at [...]

PELN 0.2.0 released

PELN 0.2.0 Plaintext Electronic Lab Notebook is now released. The only difference in functionality is that the batch file no longer loops to repeatedly reopen Notepad++. I’ve been using it on a Windows hotkey (create a shortcut to the batch, select properties on the shortcut, select “Shortcut key”, then press a key combo, e.g. Ctrl [...]


I decided to publish a collection of Windows batch files I frequently use. I don’t know how useful they will be to others, but at the very least they make decent batch file examples. I was going to publish them to the public domain, but after reading about potential liability issues, I decided to add [...]

PELN 0.1 released

I decided to release the PELN Plaintext Electronic Lab Notebook as open source. The current version is PELN 0.1. It’s pretty rough at the moment, but an early release seems in the open-source spirit. The license is very liberal (it’s modeled after the zlib license). PELN 0.1 links: Source code (requires SQLite to be downloaded [...]