I’ve been working on websites since 1999. Here’s a brief history of my sites.
I created a website for people going to an event to coordinate travel schedules and see each other’s flight times graphically.
Visualizing which US state abbreviations are one letter different from each other.
I made a database and timeline generator for showing when I owned various computers, electronics, and parts.
My flight data shown as graphs, with airports as nodes and flights as edges.
I travel reasonably often, and I consider myself a bit of a transportation nerd. It’s only logical that I would keep track of where I’ve flown.
How I created Flight Historian, my flight logging website.
New and changed features in version 2.1 of Paul Bogard’s Flight Historian.
New and changed features in version 2.0 of Paul Bogard’s Flight Historian.
5 Apr 2017 · On my Flight Historian application, a number of my pages make use of the Ruby flash and flash.now session messages for alerts. However, some of those pages needed to have multiple messages of the same type, which flash didn’t allow me to do. To fix this, I wrote my own messages structure.
1 May 2019 · How to use Ruby to create GPX and KML map data files.
7 Feb 2019 · Using math to figure out which of my layovers were the most out of the way relative to the net distance traveled.
16 Jan 2017 · Boarding pass barcodes contain data that’s useful for automatically filling in flight data, but their dates are particularly difficult to parse.
7 Sep 2017 · I used to manually keep track of which airports were within the contiguous United States in Flight Historian’s airport data, but I realized that I could determine airports’ regions by looking at their ICAO codes instead.