February 21, 2015
Weaving data into GeoJSON with Jekyll
Say you have a dataset for a handful of countries or all the countries, or maybe a handful of states or all the states. You want to assign your data to each state or country as a polygon of that area, not a point, so you can do fun colors or popups and make a darn cool map.
January 29, 2015
After flipping through past posts, I realized that my lush green static map didn’t match wintery posts. For example, Christmas day hike. It’s winter, nothing is green. Everything is white and then gray and then cold and then sometimes sad. So I needed a map style to match winter (minus the sad).
January 10, 2015
Or, how we beat cabin fever by fleeing cold New York for cold Massachusetts for one night.
December 30, 2014
From Haml to Yaml
Way back in May, I built a pen based on MDN’s article to visualize and compare all CSS lengths. Here’s the original pen: