- Ontario Digital Service
Not a project per-se, as it’s my job. You can sometimes spot me on our blog.
I’ve become somewhat addicted, especially to the World Family Tree on Geni,
and have also done DNA testing.
- 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.
- An organization I started that runs free public events in Toronto, where anyone can bring clothing to be repaired by volunteers. It’s still running, but I am no longer very involved.
- 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.
Flashcard-like study tools, based on one I built to help myself with a university course.
I went through several prototypes but ultimately closed the project.
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.
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.