Category Archives: Web Applications

Mapping Oil and Gas Incidents in Alberta: Improvements

This post is a continuation of the original Mapping Oil and Gas Incidents in Alberta with Google Maps, JQuery, and PHP post. If you wish to know more about this project or find the code for version 1, it is suggested you start there. If you just want a copy of all the files necessary … Continue reading Mapping Oil and Gas Incidents in Alberta: Improvements

Mapping Oil and Gas Incidents in Alberta with Google Maps, JQuery, and PHP

There is an updated version of this project with a number of improvements. Sections: Motivations The Database The Code Considerations and Caveats Motivation: This is a project I conceived of back in university as an environmental science student, but never could make because the spill data on which it relies was not freely available. Later, … Continue reading Mapping Oil and Gas Incidents in Alberta with Google Maps, JQuery, and PHP

An Interactive Route Map for my Travel Blog

See the finished project at: http://everett.x10.mx/maps/ For the last three months I have been on a backpacking trip, which is part of the reason why this blog has been so neglected for the past few months. A travel blog hosted at meandmypack.wordpress.com┬áhad taken precedence, and I habitually kept that one updated throughout my trip. With … Continue reading An Interactive Route Map for my Travel Blog

Arduino: Super Graphing Data Logger

Sections: Introduction The Results How to Make One For Yourself HC.htm EEPROM_config SGDL Introduction What is the Super Graphing Data Logger (SGDL)? It is an Arduino project that integrates data logging and the graphing of this data online using little more than an Arduino with the appropriate shields and sensors.   It differs from similar … Continue reading Arduino: Super Graphing Data Logger

Has the world ended yet? A first attempt at web development

Despite the sheer nuttiness of it, everyone keeps going on about the end of the world as “predicted” by the Mayan calendar. National Geographic even had and entire day devoted to it. Building on that theme, I decided to make a very convenient (and pretty much useless) webpage that helps you figure out if the … Continue reading Has the world ended yet? A first attempt at web development