My history, and examples
Weird and wonderful photographs
The basics of every Three Letter Acronyms.com web site, from an old (and broken) scrape from 2007.
What am I doing to preserve old computers, and their software?
Megarocessor texture maker - a rough and ready tool for generating bitmaps and code, suitable for the Megaprocessor.
This webapp gives you a real-time graphical representation of how empty your beer class needs to be, so that you'll make the next bus/train home.
Facts about London, hacked from OpenStreetMap
A graphical breakdown of every (!?!?) brewery in London. Compiled by the sommelier of 'The Beer Crate'.
Programming (and re-programming) a camera
Twitter analysis tool. Good for listing the people that interact with you (but can't be bothered to follow), and showing a breakdown of your tweets on an hour-by-hours basis.
The world famous implementation, of the world famous game, written for the world famous interface. ASCII text.
A way of watching every scene in a 2 hour movie within 10 seconds.
Written in C, because obfuscated Perl is just too easy :)
A site designed for A4 portrait monitors.
Have you ever wondered if you'd get more pizza when buying a 15" 'no crust' versus a 12" buy-one-get-one-free deal? If so, this is the web page for you.
Identikey lets you store all your usernames and passwords on a USB pen drive in a secure fashion.
The worlds first completely open souce film
Creating an animation, with code, on a ZX81. When I was 11!
Photo manipulation without photoshop
WARP is a system that utilises WebFace to allow many different applets to run on a single page, and maintain the state between them. It is part of the Minerva system.
This is a method of introducing images into HTML files, without using images, but instead a table of differently coloured background cells!
An experiment to see what I could do in 5K.