I am Phil Nelson. I make websites. Lately I’ve made the fun Twitter toy [liblr][liblr], which lets your manipulate the public Twitter stream by replacing one word or phrase with another. My personal favorite is [replacing “my iphone” with “this big dildo I found”][replace]. I’ve also been producing [Eliza Gauger’s live art show, Sweatshop][swtshp]. That means I hit things with a hammer until they work how she wants.
[liblr]: http://liblr.com “Liblr”
[replace]: http://liblr.com/w?replace=my%20iphone&replacement=this%20big%20dildo%20i%20found “this big dildo i found is the new my iphone | Liblr”
[swtshp]: http://sweatshop.tv “Sweatshop”
Last month my tech demo of implementing the famous (and beautiful) [Mega Man II intro sequence in HTML5, CSS and jQuery][mm2] got [linked on Engadget][link] and I’m pretty happy about that.
[mm2]: http://extrafuture.com/code/mm2/ “Mega Man II Intro”
[link]: http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/28/html5-seriously-its-not-just-for-video/ “HTML5: seriously, it’s not just for video”
I have active profiles on [Twitter][twit], [Last.fm][last], [Steam][steam], and my (somewhat outdated) portfolio is on [philnelson.net][port].
[twit]: http://twitter.com/philnelson “Phil on Twitter”
[last]: http://www.last.fm/user/philnelson “Phil on Last.fm”
[port]: http://philnelson.net “Phil Nelson’s portfolio”
[steam]: http://steamcommunity.com/id/philnelson “Phil’s Steam profile”