I just launched a little web toy called Fake Twitter. I think it’s kinda fun. Maybe check it out. Or […]
Posts Tagged as: web-development
I wanted to better understand how Tweets get traction, and how that contributes to people’s follower counts. So I wrote […]
(PSSST, if you’re coming here from CSS Tricks, you might enjoy following me on Twitter for other fun and interesting […]
TLDR: I made a thing and it got some press. Judging people by their appearance feels icky. Why? Because there’s […]
For the last few months I’ve been leading games product development at Hearst Digital Media working with some amazing folks […]
I’ve been having way too much fun with these. Last week I made an interactive sharable NYC subway map called […]
I made this with icons from my one of my favorite online resources, The Noun Project. Credits: Can designed by […]
As far as I can tell, there’s no word for that thing when a website links a few consecutive words […]
I just added a cool new feature to Bitcoin Megaphone. Now, each post’s permalink has an “embed” button, which lets […]
Last week I had a crazy idea for a website. This week I’m proud to announce BitcoinMegaphone.com. Let me explain […]
This is brilliant. View the source to see what’s happening.
I just love things like this. There are a ton more links to other simulations and visualizations in this Hacker […]
This Danny Brown story by Complex Magazine is really well done. This feels like the forefront of online publishing to […]
All done with basic web technologies. Very cool. See the Pen Tear-able Cloth by suffick (@stuffit) on CodePen Via The […]
One of the most annoying parts of the new game Cookie Clicker is the waiting. So I made a little […]
My habit of unconsciously resizing my browser window surprised me when I accidentally resized the Fonts panel in OSX and […]
Those mask guides look pretty cool as they dance around the flames. I had to manually adjust their position for […]
Hot off the presses. You can now embed an Instagram photo into any web page. Just browse to any Instagram […]
If you’re on a desktop computer, check this out: http://stewd.io/pong/. I could explain but I don’t want to ruin the […]
For the last 6 years or so, every time I’ve added the standard slew of social media buttons to a […]
This is very cool. While browsing the new Flickr, I noticed a share button labeled “Share to WordPress – The […]
An interesting way to think about website usability, created by Squareweave. Basically, if you assume your users are drunk (blurry […]
Too many people are trying to make the web more usable so I thought I’d try the opposite. Below are […]
This video series by the Khan Academy is an extremely informative and approachable high-level overview of Bitcoin and all the […]
I found this great subreddit about those designs on computer screens you see in movies. Some really interesting stuff in […]
Geek confession here. Before today I had a sorry understanding of what MD5 hashes were, and how they related to […]
Some pretty exciting news from Condé Nast today. The new Entertainment group launched a platform for video delivery which they […]
The Web Developer Checklist is a brilliant and fun way to prep a website for launch. Surprised I’ve never heard […]
I thought it would be fun to take a look at this site as it’s developed over the years. Thanks […]
We all know about the invaluable Dropbox, but I recently found out that you could download and run your own […]
If you haven’t already, you should check out the Seinfeld Today twitter feed. It’s amazingly well done. So as homage, […]
So it turns out that trying to embed a tweet from an iPad is a serious pain in the ass. […]
If you’ve ever wondered how old you’ll be in the future, I have just the tool for you. It’s deceptively […]
Clearly I’m not the first dude to weigh in here, but I wanted to get a real-world sense of the […]
One of the perks I get from working at the world’s largest wine website is that I get to drink […]
They’re not supposed to admit this, right???
I just finished making an interactive version of the “Boys and Girls” installation mentioned in my previous post. Click the […]
If anyone’s curious, here’s some of the stuff I’ve been up to at Snooth.
I was going through some old files today and unearthed what looks to be the first web page I ever […]
Below is a sample of some code I’m working on for work-related project. Have fun!
I have some serious gripes with Network Solutions’ VPS “service” which I’ll save for another post (basically their VPS service […]
I’ve stripped away all my site’s CSS styles in honor of CSS Naked Day. It’s a silly attempt to make […]
Thanks to this tutorial, I was able to combine some of my Flickr photos with a custom Google map, officially […]
Hopefully you’ll notice that the site is much faster now. It seems the problem was the Kimili Flash Embed WordPress […]
Hate your job as a graphic designer? Don’t forget to do this before you quit.
Every once in a while I get curious as to who’s visiting The Cleverest. So I fired up the geographic […]
Hopefully this will brighten your day.
I’ve finally created the one and only BoingBoing.net Headline Generator!
A while back I made these little flash games that was designed to be nothing more than a time waster. […]
I have the domain. Now what do I do with it? Suggestions are welcome.
Display this animation full-screen when they ask you to open your laptop during a security check on the subway. **Under […]
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This is my contribution to the field of armchair mathematics: Demonstrating Benford’s Law with Google
Can I go off on a little rant here? I want to talk about something that really pisses me off, […]
This website here is an amazing tool to create anagrams. My favorite anagram I’ve found so far is the following: […]
There’s gone be some changes round these parts. I know I used to harp on blogs but the time came […]
I just finished a year-long pet project of mine – software that converts written text into speech. I decided to […]