Occasional blogger,amateur photographer,head in the Cloud.
A data-friendly train times site
Made for a BBC hack day. Put in your favourite bands and it will give you a BBC Sounds show that played most of the bands you specified. What will you discover?
A random xkcd comic, fit to your browser window
For all of your niche YouTube to Feedly needs
Anagram solver akin to the word game in Channel 4's Countdown
A Windows desktop application to help you find your photos
A Raspberry Pi powered Christmas tree that tweets the status of the London Underground
BrowseBlogSourceAPI data from 2019
Confused about whether it's England, Great Britain or the United Kingdom? Let this interactive map help
Make people present whatever you want
Express middleware to redirect to other URLs
Adds computer vision to bench-spotting. The result of Hackference 2017's hackathon, a concept feature for Open Benches
Turn a selfie into an Excel-fie, based on Matt Parker's spreadsheet converter
A simple site to tell you if it's Max's birthday. My first shot at service workers.
A JSOxford hack using socket.io that broadcasts colours to everyone connected
A variant of Conway's Game of Life which tends to decend into chaos[*], written in Processing. Click to restart
A light-following robot created during JSOxford's robot day