The CSS on this website was voluntarily and generously gifted to me by Gopal Othayoth("email@example.com"), the creator of the website cerebraldatabank.neocities.org. Although, I make my own CSS much of the time, the GOGO Class for CSS was monumental help in my development as a website programmer.
I would also like to give a HUGE thanks to Neocities(neocities.org). Their wonderful idea to create a webpage using only source code has made all the difference in me using it. There is also no advertising required when creating your own webpage either! It also gives you complete control over your pages! And like they said: "it bring the fun back to the web."
There is no mobile mode for this website. It is recommended you view this website in landscape mode on your device. I apologize for the inconvenience. Until I figure out an effective way to convert it, this is all I have. Bear with me! I'm attempting to clean up the website by getting rid of absolute positioning as it can overlap with other elements. Backgrounds that include images also are causing problems especially on my Insult Generator Page. If a permanent solution is created, it will be noted in the Updates section below.
March 17, 2017: This page was created.
March 18, 2017: Fun Pages/Utilities was created.
March 22, 2017: Enter key works in NCCFD password input. Super Square game is updated.
April 9, 2017: A new game has been added to this site using WebGL with the Three.js library.
April 10, 2017: WebGL game updated.
April 11, 2017: WebGL game updated.
April 12, 2017: WebGL game updated.
April 14, 2017: New facts added to database.
I would like to start with what compelled me to do programming in the first place. This started at an early age, similar to CerebralDatabank's experiences. I did it for the thrill of seeing your creations appear on the screen. As I matured, I realized what a big part of our lives technology has become. The average American spends 10, TEN hours on technology. This gave me an even greater incentive to continue in my ventures to become a programmer. I started with procedural languages: Python and Java. Then it went to Object-Oriented Programming(OOP). With tech on the rise, I plan to keep up. MILLIONS of jobs in only manufacturing in the US have been lost to automation. As jobs that require little brains dwindle, I'm exercising my intellectual ability every day by reading for comprehension, programming, mathematics, economics, and psychology. I suggest you do the same. Technology is helping in medicine, driving, education, entertainment, and many other things. Also, one should keep in check what they do on the web. It can become addiction. I almost became addicted to a video game. Well, it wasn't anywhere close to what addiction really is, but dependence on substance or behaviour can be very damaging to a person's life. Read up on it! I'm reading this book called Irresistable. I forgot the author's name, but it's a great read and I recommend it to everyone!