Michael Travers' site of miscellaneous, probably out of date.
with links to
of user interface work.
on diverse topics.
I live in beautiful
, south of San Francisco. Motto: "not as foggy as you've been led to believe".
Blogging on mostly non-technical matters at
, and assorted wastes of time.
Some Projects and Hacks
the relationship between population density and politics
, a Chrome extension that adds automatic backlinks to every web page you visit.
A tiny crude step towards hypertext worthy of the name.
A Heroku buildpack for
Making music with Clojure and JFugue
, a very introductory tutorial
, a timeline-based view of Twitter
, a Common Lisp package that implements a semantic-web backed frame system
, a Common Lisp toolkit for creating modern websites.
Some Ubiquity commands
(these have mostly stopped working due to Ubiquity changes)
Visual browser for the
Tree of Life
A web-based programmable knowledge environment for computational biology. See the
this paper in
Now with an Ajax-based
visual programming language
A Java program for making geometric patterns. Started as a toy for my kids and got somewhat out of control.
A system for managing lab information for drug discovery, particularly combinatorial chemistry. I was UI lead and implemented a variety of subsystems.
A Java-based scripting language and development tool.
Older projects in Artificial Life and Visual Programming
from previous life at
MIT Media Lab