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.
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 posts, mostly about travel.
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.
Rankings and statistics for our fantasy sumo group.
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.