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Apart from my purely hobby websites (including the one you're now reading), I've also been hired (one way or another) to make sites for other people. Call this a 'portfolio', if you like.
Lately I've been using WordPress to create websites, especially the ones with dynamic content. This site and jennyrohn.com are not in WordPress, but they are in PHP. The stuff below is all HTML (with CSS, natch).
- Occam's Typewriter—I designed & built this network as a new home for a group of very talented refugees from the defunct Nature Network blogging platform.
- Jenny Rohn—Jenny needed somewhere distinct from LabLit.com (which I didn't build but have designs on) to talk about herself and plug her novels. Which you should go and buy and read, and then buy copies for all your friends.
- UCL Women—The 'Women in STEM' networking group at University College London needed a place on the web they could call their own. And voilà.
I have too many websites. Sometimes I can't find them. Or forget I even have them.
- Richard's Methods Folder—created when I was postdoccing at the LMB.
- Royal Virtual Air Force—I misspent much of my youth on various flight simulators. And building websites about it. (Site now defunct—I'll try and remember to upload a mirror at some point.)
- Penguins—I've got nothing against penguins. It's just that when a rep gives them away, well, sometimes it gets a little lonely in the lab.
- Grime on the Patient Mariners—a silly college tale.
- UCSM gems—in one of those forgotten parts of the internet, a newsgroup, where people sometimes said funny things.
- Deletetheweb—I collect websites like stones gather moss. Or something. This is another collection of stuff, linked here so I can find it.
- BioLOG—Not quite the original, but pretty much. It's been going in one form or another under rg-d.com since early 2001; before that I had a presence at the MRC-LMB, and before that a website at the University of Oxford, going back to about 1996.
- Science is Vital—how we revolutionized science funding in the UK. For once I didn't build the site—but I was the Secretary.