I’m Paul Bogard, and I’ve met my goal of visiting one hundred airports. I maintain a flight log, I draw silhouettes of airport terminals, and I have several other projects as well.
Vector illustrations of airport terminals.
An old website I helped create that let people fly for a virtual airline using flight simulator games.
My blog, mostly about travel.
I created a web application and JSON API for parsing flight boarding pass barcode data.
A gallery of 3-D models I created with SketchUp.
Heatmaps of my time spent in various cities.
Maps showing how often I’ve driven in various places.
Since 2010, I’ve kept maps of everywhere I drive.
I created a database of info about the Super Nintendo game EarthBound.
My flight data shown as graphs, with airports as nodes and flights as edges.
How I created Flight Historian, my flight logging website.
Tutorials on collecting and processing GPS location data.
Vector illustrations of shopping malls.
A collection of software and reference material that I’ve found useful for GPS logging and cartography.
A portfolio of maps I’ve created.
I’ve been working on websites since 1999. Here’s a brief history of my sites.
I had a goal to visit 100 airports, which I achieved in 2022. This page tracks the airports I’ve visited.
A list of the PAX conventions I’ve attended.
My portfolio of projects, present and historic.
I attended RHIT from 2002 to 2006, and graduated with a B.S. in Computer Engineering.
I created a website for people going to an event to coordinate travel schedules and see each other’s flight times graphically.
Vector art illustrations of large building footprints.
I created a generator for charts showing time zone changes throughout a trip.
I made a database and timeline generator for showing when I owned various computers, electronics, and parts.
My integrated circuit project for counting turn signal blinks.