HTML5 Primality Game

A browser-based numbers game in HTML5 and JavaScript. Tests your skill at identifying prime numbers in a given range. Works by generating a container and filling it with elements for each number in a randomly generated range. Animate.css is used to user interaction feedback by animated the elements in response to correct or incorrect selections…. Continue reading

Marble Interface Tumblr Theme

I have rereleased a Tumblr theme I made in 2012: Marble Interface, an eloquent, dark green marble theme. The theme is pending approval into the Tumblr market, but for the time being you can grab the HTML template from GitHub.

WoW Character Info App

Wow Character Info, available at , is built on CakePHP and deployed to Heroku. After providing a realm and character name, the app queries the Battle.NET character API, caches character info, and generates a quick stats view that can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus, among others. This project is just a… Continue reading

Gut Churn with Jad Abumrad

Early in March I got to see Jad Abumrad speak in person at an ASU Emerge presentation at SkySong, Arizona State University’s “Scottsdale Innovation Center”. The video attached to this post is a recording of the presentation. Ars Robotica robot at ASU Emerge. — C1V0 (@C1V0) March 7, 2015

Where Wizards Stay Up Late by Katie Hafner & Matthew Lyon

To understand where we’re going, it helps to know where we’ve been. Where Wizards Stay Up Late is the history of the progression of the Internet from concept to creation. Writing in prose that reads more like fiction than non-fiction, Hafner and Lyon present “the origins of the internet” and the stories that accompany it.

Freakonomics by S. Levitt and S. Dubner

Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything is the pop-economics non-fiction product of economist Steven Levitt and New York Times journalist Stephen Dubner. Building on a neo-classical approach to economics, the authors argue that economics, at heart, is the study of incentives.

WoW Profile Card

Prototype open-source Polymer element shared on GitHub allowing you to preview World of Warcraft character info pulled from the API using a custom web component.