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December, 2014
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We are born at a given moment, in a given place and, like vintage years of wine, we have the qualities of the year and of the season of which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything more.
Carl Gustav Jung

A very basic H&P entry application. I wrote it to simplify preparing reports when taking H&Ps in medical school. Does not currently save any data, but I am considering a full application that could compete with the other commercial solutions out there.


Graphical Turing test. Uses a simple text database to match up a 10 digit session id to a 7 digit key, both of which are random and have no necessary relation to one another, therefore one cannot be guessed by knowing the other. It is displayed as a graphic that any normal sighted human may read, but should be unreadable by computers. I will be adding more so that it should make it harder for computers to understand it and maintain human readability, also, I will be adding the source.


PHP image script, the one I used to use on this site.


Not a full program, but a bookmarklet. google movies

Again, a javascript bookmarklet, view-source. Does not test for whether the url is well-formed 'cause I use extensionless urls, but does check that you enter something.

And the always popular, iDayv

The websites I have written, besides this one, which may or may not be still active:

  • Compass Rose quintet
  • The Dada Beat
  • BioChem Website
    • the website had nothing to do with the biochemistry class, but she made everybody write one anyways. Most everybody had trouble even though they were using a graphical editor (Nvu), which makes editing HTML simpler than shit, and were able to post raw MS DOC files on their sites... Update: This site no longer exists because I do not go to the school anymore.

They all have some sort of charm to me. I did do the initial design and all of the HTMLing, but there was quite a bit of input from non-technical and non-design types, so do not hold that against me. All in all, I have written hundreds of HTML pages but many of them have ceased to exist. Eventually, I may scrounge up some of the other pages for everybody to view and gawk at.

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