Independent Web and Educational Software Developer
Interested in what I'm working on? Here's a selection of my fairly frequently updated writings.
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A timelapse video of my garden created without any particularly fancy equipment.
A very personal essay musing on the ways that I have allowed social media and online reading to get in the way of doing productive work
How to create a timelapse movie of something when you're too cheap/lazy to use a tripod. The secret is Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, and patience.
There's nothing I find quite as inspiring as other people's creations
I used Photoshop's video editing capabilities to make screenshot videos of some of my programs and post them to YouTube.
I realized that I was almost done with Pioneers of the Atom, but had almost half my budgeted hours left over! How I decided to add the game that the clients wanted back in.
Download your Google Documents spreadsheet as an XML document for great utility!
Sometimes ideas don't work the way you expect. How I started with one plan and gradually moved on to something completely different with pictures of what I did along the way.
Some simple things I've learned about trying to get started with my own ideas for interactives, and how to push myself to keep working even without external motivation.
A little bit more information about the long period of silence from my website, and some things I've learned in the meanwhile.
The trials of getting a functional small web application to run within Pico CMS
A complete redesign of my website using PicoCMS
Steps I took in order to get my Node.js program to read the data from bluetooth in order to broadcast the results.
The end-game of my Fall-Ball project is to have a web server running on my Raspberry Pi 2.
If you had told me that I would eventually become a computer programmer (and that I would love it) when I was 14, I would have thought you were nuts.
Plotting acceleration data in real time in the FallBall project
A meditation on how the Museums and the Web conference reawakened my love of the field