This page is a bit of a lamentation (emphasis on lame). Maybe it should be entitled "Link's Labour's Lost". Alas, my public google drive pages are no longer being served. The same goes for my Dropbox pages...
My web presence is a web of broken links. Unfortunately, after three degrees at different places and teaching at two instutions, most of my work is referenced by dead links (western, Wesleyan, Zayed). The notable exception is my 1996 webpage UBC math page, which is more of a zombie (only sort of alive—since I can't edit it). Be wary, a version of this page was also used at one point for a multi-media course example...so there is a bit of superfluous CSS selecting. ☺
beta and alpha prototypes
- multiplication practice is a simple app for my nephew
- β tileland a simple polygon programming environment
- I'm currently thinking to switch from Canvas to SVG so that I can more easily interact with the polygons in the display—especially for implementing a cursor but perhaps as a info.vis. technique.
- β task1 a eyetracking reading app and it's associated visualizer HEMP
- β Bullseye
- bullseye my current project...ES6, CSS +3d patterns a bullseye with only multiples
- bullseye with dropdowns an early explore version
- Spanish language bullseye and a second one
- a tool for exploring a Fibonacci game ..the game is not entirely nailed down.
- GOAL - a framework for activities which promotes using different perspectives while engaging in activities
- α three 2048 a slightly more educationally 3D version of 2048, which is also a stab at using three.js to explore it's potential for my future prototypes.
- β legacy Java protoypes these no longer run in browsers (from my PhD)
Raw directory access to code
By giving direct access, this helps me and potentially others find and use my stuff.
- emoji play
- some js code, SVG, CSS play, jsjquery, dated Java apps
- an old wireframe prototype (web, mobile)
- a MM presentation
- β fapLoader styles the faculty access page better for showing students a current list of courses
Other bits of web presence
- polygoncraze my blog...this site is pissing me off--my SVG files are causing lots of grief
- theamatour my youtube junk
- coderesources a dumping wiki for things I share for teaching
- I'm look into some alternatives for my wiki adiction. Maybe (wiki.js)
- now that wikispaces is dead... I better start getting some better links...
- an in-the-wild example of "inscribed angles subtending the same arc..." I ran across while animating an iris
- a web cv (with a pdf, and a sample of student evaluations )
- a wiki that I'm eventually going to put some cool examples of code. I'm calling it pithywiki with the desire to have tight short examples that don't require a web of tools.
Pseudo-recent bits of junk
- NEW a fractal collage of Flickr images I was aiming for short code with lots of cool tech.
- NEW A Fibonacci related Fractal that is a bit of a visual explanation of the sequence.
- Beta a analysis tool that explores a weird game that I'm toying with (related to Fibonacci numbers)
- Weeping Willow constructed from the hailstone function.
- Mastermind Problem first draft of a program that makes mastermind problems.
- online SVG quiz practice which is different for every reload.
- my code sharing app with glitch.com a great cloud based development solution.
- it uses node.js and run_prettify.js
- play with R and matrices...just a checking out the R-language and R-Fiddle. This is a bit of symmetry of a few shapes.
- An intro coding page that focuses on code.org's minecraft
- Here's a list of good quotes.
- Maybe CodePen is the way to go.
Here are my codepens:
loops and icons
- maybe it's too public?
- Check out my code for insults, (click on thou for more)
Some (dated and other) thoughts
I probably should put this somewhere else or just use google Keep to do this...but here it is.
- useful links from TechGumbo
- html5 editor
- Cloud storage
- google drive link Dead....
- sumerian is my style of development but... I need to look into it
- this node.js tutorial looks like it's from my current perspective
- housing ideas...
- thinking on thinking
- open sources for math....
- You are two is cool
- Definitely real quotes should help us think better
- critical thinking (thanks Liz for this link)
- sphere gardening may be a fun summer project
- day to day stuff