Personal Domain of Andrew Zich
- Blackjack — An implementation of casino blackjack as a web app.
- Todo List Visualizer: Beta — A prototype todo list visualizer tool. Tasks float outwards from the center of the screen at logrithmic speed. The tool allows you to see your progress on tasks over time.
- Google Search Matrix — A tool that uses the Google Search API to generate a table of the number of results for a batch of queries.
- Flee — Simple inverse-square law simulation. Spheres repel each other and the mouse.
- Ball — Simple draggable bouncing ball simulator. Simple to program but fun to play with.
- Tests — A collection of small, light code that doesn't really constitute a whole project but they're run to play with.
Websites I Support
- Ars Technica — One of my primary sources for all techy (namely Mac) news.
- MacNN — The Macintosh News Network. Another of my primary sources for all Mac news.
- ThinkGeek — Vendor of everything nerdy and geeky. Geeky T-shirts, caffeine, desk toys, computer stuff. Just a few of my favorite things.
- zrIMAGES — Great photography business based in Chicago. I know them well and highly recommend them.
- Quantum Mechanix — Great company that makes licensed replicas, T-shirts, posters, and other collectables from some of my favorite shows including Firefly/Serenity, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate SG-1, and Star Trek.
- Things That I Hate — Run by a friend of mine, a collection of user-submitted essays about what they hate.
- xkcd — Geeky/nerdy web comic by Randall Munroe. A new one comes out every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at midnight (EST). Recommended for all math, science, and computer people.
- IMDb — The Internet Movie Database. My first source for all movie and TV show-related cast, crew, and trivia information.
- FARK — A daily collection of the world's most bizarre news with creative alternate headlines.
- Art Lebedev Studio — Cool, stylish products and concepts. Unfortunately frequently out of my price range.
- Wikipedia — For anyone not already familiar with it, Wikipedia is a great source for information on almost all subjects. (Just don't cite it or assume it's all 100% correct.)
- W3Schools — Collection of tutorials and reference materials for all things web.