Welcome to Woody’s Scripts
This is my small collection of scripts that I have written and use (or used at one time). Duties and responsibilities prevent me from tackling large programming projects. Actually, I have learned to tackle only small projects that can be completed within a day or two. (I become obsessed with trying to solve the problem to the exclusion of everything else, especially sleep.) But I have managed to keep my coding skills sharp by dabbling in some scripting languages. Scripting languages are perfect for solving “little” problems.
Note: These pages have been designed to be simple and clean looking, incorporating the latest in standards-based web design. If these pages do not appear “correctly,” then I kindly recommend that you update your browser. Reasons for upgrading can be found at Browser Upgrades, the Style Guide for the New York Public Library, and in a letter to a web design magazine Why Don’t You Code for Netscape?.
To remain viable in the future technologies of the Internet, I have upgraded my documents to XHTML (transitional). The move to XHTML was not as scary or as difficult as I had originally thought (especially if you already have good coding habits). To learn about XHTML, read XHTML: Past, present, and future.