Birthed from a conversation about the editing process of Cosmo's sex tips, this is a site that generates hetero sex advice for women to please their men. How exhilerating!
This is a online web experience when men rain down from the sky! What kind of men? Well, it's up to you to find out.
The game that puts your friends' accents to the test (and they will usually fail the test).
This is a very important website that asks if if you're ready for this. And if you are ready for this, appropriate measures will be taken.
The game that shows you an actual WikiHow illustration, and asks you which actual Wikihow article it came from.
Called "The Best Game On The Internet" by Gizmodo, this project has been the subject of literally hundreds of YouTube videos.
The game that challenges you to figure out what people are searching for on Google.
idiots.win takes a search query, sends it to Google for autocomplete suggestions, then randomizes them and asks you to guess the top.
Working from a shockingly long list of fake porn titles my friends and I have come up with, this site promises new titles every day.
Cause it makes me giggle.
This twitterbot (which was either the idea of JW Friedman or myself, we can't remember) will inform you what Rick Ross is doing every day, every day.
This is a button to help you party.
My friend Schwa and I collaborated on a Team Fortress 2 map called Swiftwater. He did the geometry, I did the art assets and built the story of a bottled water company at war with a chemical mining concern.
In 2016, it was bought by Valve and made official.
Frank West sometimes pronounces emoticons. And now, via this soundboard, he does it on your command.
Even in comparison to the other sites on this page, this one is really stupid.
I did a talk on Jade & Sass for Minnebar2016. Afterwards, I put the slideshow I used up for public consumption.
Spacebar to advance screens.
For the first PubConf in Minneapolis, I did a deck on the nature of popularity. It's an ignite deck, meaning it's 5 minutes with a strict 15-seconds-per-slide rule.
Also it might not make much sense without me talking over it. Oh well!
This is a simple Chrome extension that replaces all instances of "Hamilton" with "the video game DOOM". For obvious reasons.
I wanted to make a site that would give the user up-the-second updates of who was just fired in the San Francisco Tech Industry.
In reality, it just works an alogorithm to generate random strings.
I do a podcast, and also work a fair amount on the website for that podcast, which is a complicated piece of web development.
That said, I'm pretty happy with how this whole thing works.
ballp.it is the forum set up to support the community that surrounds The F Plus. It uses PHP software called SMF, but has been modified heavily.
The Wrongest Words is a multiplayer card game where players must defend the very stupid statements in front of them.
Retired: March 20th, 2017