Mike Travers Quality Assortment Michael Travers' site of miscellaneous, probably out of date. Professional Résumé with links to publications. Portfolio of user interface work. Presentations on diverse topics. Github activity. LinkedIn. Unprofessional I live in beautiful Pacifica, CA, south of San Francisco. Motto: "not as foggy as you've been led to believe". Blogging on mostly non-technical matters at Omniorthogonal. Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and assorted wastes of time. Some Projects and Hacks Visualizing the relationship between population density and politics with d3. LinkBack, 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 Common Lisp Making music with Clojure and JFugue, a very introductory tutorial Twitlines, a timeline-based view of Twitter SWFrames, a Common Lisp package that implements a semantic-web backed frame system WuWei, 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. BioBike (formerly BioLingua)A web-based programmable knowledge environment for computational biology. See the this paper in Bioinformatics.Now with an Ajax-based visual programming language. PatBlocksA Java program for making geometric patterns. Started as a toy for my kids and got somewhat out of control. Pretty pictures here. Afferent A system for managing lab information for drug discovery, particularly combinatorial chemistry. I was UI lead and implemented a variety of subsystems. See this success story for more. SkijA Java-based scripting language and development tool. Older projects in Artificial Life and Visual Programmingfrom previous life at MIT Media Lab.