Local Progress was an attempt to create a civic tech nonprofit, which ultimately morphed into a nonprofit consultancy focusing on technology and social media strategy for small community organizations.
I built MHS97.org as an experiment to learn how to use Drupal, and also as a tool to facilitate planning my 10-year class reunion.
As my interest in doing civic and political work on the web grew, I began to put out feelers for pro bono projects to gain some experience. These sites are the results of those efforts.
The front page of JaredDunn.org was an experiment in life data aggregation. This site as a whole works as sort of a museum of my experiments with different web technologies and design techniques over time.
I was an early blogger, and participated in the communities that would later spawn social media and much of the online world we take for granted today.