Hi, I'm CJ. This site serves as a dumping ground for all manner of things. Its most heavily-trafficked areas are a few of the things in the Projects area, though we're using liberal definitions of "heavily-trafficked" here. Browse around if you like, of course, though the site's contents are pretty disparate, and there's not a lot of general-purpose content around. If you want to get ahold of me, see the contact page.
I'm afraid the site does not have anything even remotely resembling an RSS feed or the like. I am still very much Web 1.0 over here. You should be thankful there's CSS!
- Projects - Larger-scale software or data organization projects I've undertaken over the years.
- Game Tinkerings - Various bits of Very Important software and data organization directly related to video games.
- Linux Notes / Info - A handful of pages related to doing things in Linux.
- General Notes - More handfuls of pages, though not Linux or game related, and (gasp) possiby not even computer related.
- Personal Music Tracker - I built this shortly after joining AudioScrobbler, which is now known as last.fm. I'd wanted something similar which used the album as its primary unit of statistic (as opposed to tracks), and which offered me more control over the data in general. This has been tracking my music listening habits since 2005. Of not much interest to anyone but myself, but here it is regardless.
- Concert Recording Index - For a number of years I was collecting live concert recordings for various bands I liked. This is an index of all the shows I've got which are available for trade, though I haven't actually been active in that scene for quite awhile now.
- Graphic Design by CJ! - My true calling. I expect this business end of apocalyptech.com to take off any day now.
- Gothyck Poem Generator - As the title implies, a Goth poem generator (intentional misspelling my own). Taken from a site which is no longer online (though click that link for the last Wayback Machine archive). Produces very pleasing results, for a given value of "pleasing."
This site uses a few SVG icons made by other folks: