My oldest site, which I use as a personal portfolio and showcase of my work.
Check out an evolution of this site over time, if you're so inclined.
My personal blog. Updated usually when interesting things are happening. I'll be documenting my experience at Hacker School on this site.
Originally designed to host a "website about zombies or something," omnomzom has now become my project testing ground.
Most of the stuff there is private and hidden, but check out these projects:
- Iron Man Competiton - Designed and built this static site as a homepage for a competition I ran.
- Activism Catalyst Team - A website I put together in a weekend for some friends who wanted to get more activism-y around our college campus.
- LawrenceShare - Basically a reddit.com rip-off for my friends to privately share links. Although the actual site is behind a password wall, you can check out the static model.
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.
We removed "google" from the url and the default start page, but popular sites like twitter.com and facebook.com started implementing scripts to break out of iFrames, so we had to abandon the idea altogether. It was fun while it lasted.
Both googlegooglegooglegoogle.com and alotofinternet.com are now offline.
My photography blog. Updated very rarely.