The latest release of Animal Crossing New Horizons let’s users upload their islands so others can visit at anytime, you just need their dream address. I made a tool that aggregates Dream addresses from public social media posts so users can easily get a random dream island to visit.
A simple app for creating a line graph. It works by entering a number, a date-time is automatically associated with that number when it is entered. Two or more numbers and you got yourself a line graph. Not much more to it, there's the ability to create multiple graphs, and to edit entries, but tt's light weight by design. Note: Requires a modern browser with HTML5. It worked for me on PC (Chrome), Android and iPhone, it should work on everything else. There's a shorter alternate url as well: g.joha.us [more inside]
A text drafting tool so minimalist that the words you're writing are invisible [more inside]
A web app to help blocked fiction writers write the next sentence (and the one after that, and the one after that...) [more inside]
Make fake iPhone and iPad apps to rickroll your friends (or worse...). More information about the project in this blog post.
This site generates random Basic (Moldvay/Mentzer), Holmes, or Original D&D characters. It's a little web application written and designed by me in Python. You can add "text" to the end of any URL to get a plaintext character sheet.
I have been collecting screenshots of clever stunts and UI details in web apps and thought I'd make it a tumblog and generally available. What can I improve? Thanks for all suggestions (and even submissions of course)