Hi, and welcome to my site. This site holds numerous personal projects of mine, and my oft-abandoned blog.
If you'd like to get in touch with me for any purpose I can usually be found at
my tumblr, or one of the other socal sites listed below.
To be honest I’m doing this post entirely because I’m still far too pleased with this design I did for a Digital Gate Project site.
The project progresses slowly and doing a site is probably premature, but I had a lot of fun doing it.
I don’t really know if many people visit the front page of this site, or really explore it once they get here, but there’s been a bunch of things going on behind the scenes.
Firstly, I’ve been doing web design for Smooth Lines, as linked in the footer.
Next up, the Digimon Tabletop RPG Project has been coming along in jumps and spurts, you can find a good bit of that under the Digimon header.
I’ve been working with Canvas for scientific purposes, and made a cellular automata map generation algorithm thing over here.
Lastly, out of the things that spring to mind, I’ve been doing a bunch of smaller things with tumblr, including a cool and useful feed widget and some search/analysis tools that should be pretty great when they’re in public.
I’m going to try to keep this blog a little more active now but failing that, my tumblr is in my footer and I can pretty consistently be contacted on there.
“This is the Interface. Small, light, and fitting like a glove, with this I am the master of my domain, able to create and change the world around me freely. Now, some of you recruits might’ve seen what a fully-loaded one of these babies can do and be looking forward to giving it a test drive, but I’m here to break your hearts and tell you that no, you won’t be using a full interface right now. Don’t go whining to me, even with the training we give you we lose at least one recruit to their own stupidity once we let them play with the real deal. Last year Tompkins – whom you’ll have all met already as he’s redoing basic training – managed to create a rudimentary cannon and fire it at himself during his lunch break when he forgot he had the darned thing enabled. Fortunately he somehow managed to fill it with socks so the force of them striking him only shattered a few ribs, but it just goes to show the power of the Interface should not be toyed with… Unless of course you are a certified Interface Toymaker, and in which case you’re in the wrong introduction session, this is room 3A, not room 3B.”
More of this at Chronicles of the Unorganised.