A fake website I made for my fake accountant.
 A sleazy, opportunistic e-commerce platform selling a collection of pandemic-themed face masks and t-shirts I designed.
 A love letter to weird internet subcultures. A fake community of targeted individuals, starseeds, and pyramid scheme victims. A place where characters live in our world, but in a different reality. Some are real, and some are fake. The ads point to a highly curated collection of scam websites, with some of my sites thrown in for good measure.
This used to be a fully functioning web app, where anyone could sign in, make posts, message each other, and interact with a series of bots. But it now lives on in read-only mode.
 A collection of small, audio-visual projects using HTML5 audio and css animations.
 A fake fake news site I made over my 2016 Christmas vacation. At first I thought it was very funny, but now I'm disgusted with myself.
Interactive map promoting my friend's 2017 album, Jack Dump USA.
404 page for this site.
Transform text into vague nonsense using a markov chain generator.
A quick tool to play music with HTML5 Audio. There's syntax documentation at the bottom of the page, and a sample tune logged to the console.
This has drastically different behavior between Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. I'm not entirely sure why.
I bought the domain name for $0.15 and ran with it.