This is a modest website which I put together in 2014 and offers a bunch of images ideal for use as background images. Powered by Google App Engine and some fun HTML5 and CSS3.
The best way to teach yourself a bit of Android coding is to write some. I made this for my kids to encourage them to identify and say aloud the names of animals.
I dislike using the mouse. Especially when I'm used to doing something with the keyboard on one platform and suddenly I can't do the same thing on another. This tiny extension lets you reorder Chrome tabs with the keyboard - the same on Windows and Mac as it is on Linux.
I built this website to display my photo albums on a map. This is built using The Closure Library, Google Maps API and Google App Engine.
The random image API. The little project was used to test a feature I worked on for Gmail. The idea is to return and cache a wide array of big, beautiful images from a variety of sources from just a URL. Currently the service interfaces with Picasa, Panormaio and Flickr to retrieve wallpaper friendly images at random and offers a means of ranking them to help more popular images surface more frequently.