I'm a random Canadian who likes to make websites for fun! I have an odd interest in old UI design such as the Windows 3.1-like design I'm using for this site. I type up the majority of my HTML & CSS by hand. Sometimes using free-use code for common things. You'll notice that I have a handful of side projects that I work on from time to time.
You likely noticed that heavy influences from the Vaporwave aesthetic. It is one of my favourite music genres. The little character you see around my pages is a charactized version of Teethy. A cute little mascot of sorts to represent me and my projects.
My main graphics artist is Haloowl. He's a well-known freelance artist in some spaces. I highly recommend checking him out! Web design is primarily just a hobby of mine. Depending on my availability I may be able to make a website for you, but don't expect quick results as I have my real job to attend to first.
I also host proxies for people's Minecraft Dynmaps free of charge so they can have HTTPS used on their maps. Send me an email if you'd like me to do this for you!
Various sites & projects that I'm working on or running.
Teethy.IO - TeethOS:
A Simple & crappy ARG
Dynmap HTTPS Tutorial
NationStates data probe
Teethy dot moe - Retro Arcade
Teethy dot App
An assortment of things I have available to download.
This site is a little side project where I host various emulators that can run within a web browser.
The site is themed to look like a mix between older systems and arcade machines.
Some games' progress can be saved, however it isn't reliable.
A game of sorts that has you browse around a computer system of the fictional Vexilia.
Uses a bunch of PHP behind the scenes to fake DOS prompts and directories.
There's no real progress to make or save. Just a silly little thing I made.
I'll add more and expand it over time. I mostly use it to practice my coding skills.
A domain that I am currently unsure of what to use it for.
Currently just probes The Phoenix Network's Minecraft server and prints it to multiple tables.
A tutorial on how to get dynmap to use the HTTPS protocol.
This tutorial assumes you already know how to enable Apache with HTTPS
You'll want to first have your own TLS/SSL certificates for your site, otherwise this will not work.
Its possible to achieve with other types of webserver software,
but I am only familiar enough with Apache to make a tutorial out of it.
A PHP based page that probes the NationStates API for various pre-selected in-game nations.
Prints out various information & stats along with the national flag and World Assembly membership.
A heavily Work-in-Progress website that'll host an archive of Tamagotchi related documents and resources.
Currently there's a few PDFs of the instruction booklets for a few of the toys.
A Minecraft server and game server hosting company that I help with from time to time & and host some web stuff for.
Choose from a variety of hosting plans!
The personal site for my good friend Mayor_Mike. We've known each other our entire lives.
Check out his projects and interests! We work together on The Phoenix Network.
Is it bad taste to promote your own network as a partner? The Phoenix Network is mainly a Minecraft server
but we also have a Day of Infamy server and may have other games in the future.
We mainly run them as a hobby. The Minecraft server was originally launched back in 2012!