03/26/2016 (09:43) – I originally posted this on another blog five years ago on April 18, 2011. Now I’m re-posting it here. Since this is Easter week, I thought I’d share my recent studies on the Shroud of Turin. If you’re unfamiliar with the shroud, I’ll begin by saying that it is probably the most […]
Mapme is a web app for building maps. The service features a “Map Creation Wizard” that lets you build maps you can populate with data (i.e. Excel, crowdsourced, etc). Then you can embed the map on your site or share its URL. Build smart and beautiful maps for free without any coding. Import data to […]
If you’ve ever been to a University of Tennessee sporting event, you’ve seen illustrator Danny Wilson‘s talent on display. Such iconic designs as the Thompson Boling Arena court and the artwork on UT Football season tickets are Danny’s handiwork. This past Sunday, my church shared this video about some artwork Danny created as a part of our series on The Book of John.
In case you didn’t get to see this tribute to Zaevion Dobson before Super Bowl 50, here it is.
Once of my first projects this year was a refresh of the Love Worth Fighting For Marriage Event website. Notable in this build was our move away from WordPress as our event listings backend and on to a Google Sheets + Sheetrock.js powered view. I’ll explain how I made this move below, but first here’s a […]
MailJet Markup Language (MJML) is a responsive email framework created by the team at MailJet. It’s built as a Node package which lets you code your emails in MJML. Then it will convert them into responsive HTML for your email campaigns. They’ve also built plugins for Atom and Sublime. MJML is a markup language designed […]
As freelance web developer, I like to avoid subscription fees for the tools whenever possible. However, there are several subscription-based tools I use that are worth the money. Here’s my top five: Harvest I love tracking time with Harvest. The service offers multiple apps for quick access to timers whether I’m at my desk or on […]
podcast profile is a simple service for showing which podcasts you listen to. Over on Product Hunt, one of the developers shared about the development of the app and the motivation behind it: We sat down for a hackathon last weekend and created the current (rough) version. The idea: When we talked to people about […]
Wow! Is this thing up to code?
Starry Station is a “smart wi-fi” device. It helps you keep track of the devices connected to your network and monitors the health of your broadband connection. Starry Station IQ takes the guesswork out of troubleshooting. All of your devices are represented by either a blue or a red orb: Blue means healthy, red means […]