In addition to the site you are currently visiting, I also own and operate some more specialized sites.
- YourSASHA (2008–present)
- The commercial host of my Student Assignment, Scheduling, and Homework Assistant. Do your assignment organizing in the cloud!
- Long Beach Radio (2005–2008)
- This was an idea for a local online radio station that mostly failed to get off the ground. It was a lot harder for this stuff back in the days when YouTube was new and streaming was difficult.
- A Link to the Past (2003–2007)
- The Super Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past will always hold a special place in my heart. That's why my first major website was one devoted entirely to the game. I was never able to bring it quite to the caliber I had wanted to, but it was still my labor of love throughout my middle school and high school years. (And the fact that I created the website around the same time that the game was rereleased on Game Boy Advance was a complete coincidence—I never owned that system.)
These are sites that I helped create, develop, or manage. I am not responsible for their content.
- Adam Kontras, 4TVs, and The Journey (2009–present)
- I help the first and longest-running video blogger out with his website when he needs it. (He does most of it by himself, though, using a really old WYSIWYG program that outputs scary garbage HTML.)
- University of Vermont (2008–2009)
- During my last year at UVM, I was on the web team there. I wasn't directly involved in the new design of the school's website, but I did help to maintain it after it was unveiled.
- Long Beach Public Library Youth Services (1998–2001)
- Back when both I and the Internet were young, I helped develop the website for my local library's youth services department. Since then, they've removed my name and changed things around, but the fundamental design is still the one I helped create over 10 years ago.