I used this to create a father's day puzzle for my dad with words and clues from our past.
An in-progress project to document the etymology of common computing terms.
Where you are right now!
This site has been around since 2000, when I created a school project on Riparian Areas.
Check out an evolution of this site over time, if you're interested.
An artistic landscape generation tool to create a e s t h e t i c lake scenes.
Created by Ryan McVerry, Per-Andre Stromhaug, and myself over a weekend.
The second Wednesday of every month is hereby delcared a day of irresponsibility!
My friends and I came up with this holiday in college and celebrated it monthly. So I made a website for it.
It's a great excuse to book that vacation you want, send that text you've been drafting in your head, etc.
Of course, I take no liability for whatever trouble you get yourself into!
I got married to Greta in August 2014 - this is a wordpress site that we put together to celebrate and commemorate the occasion!
Our wedding was steampunk themed, and photos from it were featured on Offbeat Bride
GoogleGoogleGoogleGoogle.com was four iframes of Google on one page. Started by my good friend Alex Sowieja and I, this site went viral thanks to an anonymous post on the site My Life is Average.
Back in its heyday GoogleGoogleGoogleGoogle.com was getting upwards of 1.5 million views in a month, but then Google sent us a cease and desist for using their name in the url, so we moved to ALotOfInternet.com, which never quite reached the same popularity and eventually went offline.
Really, it was just four iframes on a static HTML page, but to all those 50k daily visitors, it was magic.
A small website that helps aspiring UU Ministers create a trello board with materials for the MFC.
Allows aspiring ministers to choose which books they need to read and tasks they need to complete, then turns each of those into cards.
Sometime in high school, I bought a Sony α200 camera, and took a bunch of pictures with it. Selections are hosted on this blog.
I have some referral codes. Sometimes you get something if you use them!
Available at refer.erty.me for quick reference.
I ran an "Um" adventure (like D&D but with no dice, rules, maps) for some friends and made this website just to keep track of the dates/times we were playing.
I'm particularly proud of the fact that the paper background image is responsive :)
A generator of a specific type of meme, in which a videogame cover is mirrored vertically to create humorous text.
The title comes from "Halo Wars", which mirrors to "HAAH WAAW", which I thought was really funny.
Randomly generate website requirements for practice.
I created this when I was teaching students to make websites, to come up with more interesting team projects.
An application that replaces words with ones that rhyme.
Uses the SCOWL rhyming dictionary.