jonathan.gregson();

/* web developer, systems administrator, CIS student, all-around good-guy */


/* some of these may work best in Google Chrome */
// The Cloud
/**
 *

Imaginary cloud monitoring platform, using the Matrix and Fake Graph libraries from below.

 */
// Matrix
/**
 *

The Matrix. In JavaScript. Fairly configurable and reusable library.

 */
// Fake Graph
/**
 *

Just a cool graph system that generates pretty colors random numbers. Fun to play with the controls and see how you can change it. The library is fairly reusable.

 */
// jdgregson.com
/**
 *

My personal website. This one here.

 */
// Cyberspace Framework
/**
 *

Cyberspace Framework is a JavaScript library developed to help map servers and websites in 3D. It definitely isn't finished, but there is enough of it up to show it off. Try dragging and pressing A, S, D, and W to move around, and scrolling to zooom.

 */
// Moonlight Story
/**
 *

Moonlight Story is a suspenseful sort-of choose-your-own-adventure story.

 */
// Bad Guys
/**
 *

Look out! There are bad guys ahead. Shoot them before they shoot you!

 */
// HTTPy
/**
 *

HTTPy is a lightweight web server written in Python.

 */
// Quadratic
This was written very early on in my career and I have since discovered multiple security vulnerabilities. It has been intentionally removed from the internet.
/**
 *

Solve or simplify quadratic equations with the Quadratic formula!

 */
// ResolveIP
This was written very early on in my career and I have since discovered multiple security vulnerabilities. It has been intentionally removed from the internet.
/**
 *

Resolve IP uses the DNS of its server to give you the IP Address of a website. It is useful for visiting websites that institutions like schools or workplaces block, assuming they use DNS blocking.

 */
/* more to come */