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Hi, I'm Dan. I think about and build things for the web. Here are some highlights:

  • culori, a JavaScript library for working with color. It has its own website;
  • percollate, turn web pages into readable PDF, EPUB, or HTML files;
  • hred, reduce HTML to JSON with qsx, a query language based on CSS selectors.
  • vizor (repo), a tiny front-end for OCR-ing text in images using the Google Vision API;
  • clipboard-inspector, peek into your clipboard;
  • webcolors-cmyk, CSS named colors converted to CMYK and back.


  1. percollate Public

    A command-line tool to turn web pages into beautiful, readable PDF, EPUB, or HTML docs.

    JavaScript 3.7k 143

  2. A comprehensive color library for JavaScript.

    JavaScript 478 21

  3. hred Public

    Reduce HTML (and XML) to JSON from the command line.

    JavaScript 48 1

  4. qsx Public

    Extended CSS selectors for querying the DOM

    JavaScript 9 1

  5. selery Public

    A CSS selector parser and DOM query engine.

    JavaScript 6 1

  6. Drawing every street in Romania using OpenStreetMap data, Node.js and SVG

    JavaScript 69 9

677 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

August 2022

Opened 1 pull request in 1 repository

Created an issue in mdn/interactive-examples that received 1 comment

<hgroup> example doesn't seem idiomatic

The example for the <hgroup> page does not seem idiomatic: <hgroup> <h1>Calculus I</h1> <p>Fundamentals</p> </hgroup> <p>This course will start wit…

1 comment
4 contributions in private repositories Aug 1

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