• September 30th, 2015

CSS talks at Collegiate Web Developers Group

After the break, find the slides (including resources links) and talk summaries from my September 2015 talks at Collegiate Web Developers Group at the Ohio State University.

  • March 8th, 2015

Links and tips roundup from NICAR 2015

The 2015 Computer-Assisted Reporting Conference was an amazing experience. I couldn't attend all the sessions of the multi-track conference, so this doesn't cover everything. This is a selected chunk of things that I found especially interesting.

  • October 19th, 2014

What does the average Gannett news site look like?

I run across lots of similar-looking news websites while doing research for my internship at the Progressive Dairyman magazine. A significant portion of these sites all seem to use the same template, with some color and menu changes. Turns out they're all owned by Gannett, so I asked mysef, "What does the average Gannett website look like?"

  • September 29th, 2014

How to drive to Idaho, in 39 steps

Snake River Canyon

I moved to Twin Falls, Idaho at the start of August. I threw the photos up on Flickr a while back, but now seemed like a good time to post them with some sort of detail.

  • August 8th, 2014

Comparing Twin Falls to Ohio State University

Twin Falls, Idaho, is my new home for the next five months while I work for Progressive Publishing, writing at the Progressive Dairyman website. I saw a population figure for Twin Falls that was close to that of Ohio State Univeristy's student populace, and figured that I should sit down and churn out a comparison.

  • August 1st, 2014
  • July 24th, 2014

Updating Brackets on Linux

The instructions for updating Adobe's Brackets editor, while simple, haven't yet published in an easily-Googled location.

  • July 9th, 2014
  • April 25th, 2014

Tracking mumps cases in Ohio

  • February 18th, 2014

Replicating the Medium header

I'm fooling around with CSS for an eventual update of this site, and for features like last week's germs post I'd like to do something more like Medium's post 'cover' images. This is some of the requisite code.