Michael Fagan

Projects

Fagan Finder
Search and other web tools and information about web searching. Began in 2000 as my personal home page, open to the public in 2001, and active until 2003. I made some updates in 2010 and some more in 2017.
Repairathon
An organization I started that runs free public events in Toronto, where anyone can bring clothing to be repaired by volunteers.
Waste Nothing
Waste Nothing makes it easy to find out how best to use and dispose of unwanted items, by combining information from municipalities, non-profits, residents, etc.
Event-Participant Manager
Web-based open source application for coordinating events, built initially for Not Far From The Tree.
Genealogy
I’ve become somewhat addicted to the World Family Tree on Geni, and have also done DNA testing.

Inactive Projects

Quizify
Flashcard-like study tools. I went through several prototypes but ultimately closed the project.
OpenSearch
I worked on this as part of a winter 2005 internship with A9. OpenSearch is a specification for machine-readable search information, now widely used.
UWhub
Both a search engine for the University of Waterloo, and an attempt to make a general search application that could be tailored to other uses. Developed mostly from May 2005 to April 2006.
The Futurama Icon Page
My first substantial website, 1998 to 1999. Long abandoned.