10/10/14: Finalized some edits. Began to put a “Last Updated” line at the end of the content pages. Any page edited after 10/3 will bear this date stamp.
10/3/14: Unified some previous pages on solutions and vapor pressure into good review sheet on Phase Equilibria.
10/2/14: Revamped the GDocConverter yet again. Added drag-and-drop, batch conversion, and added Description transfer from previous versions (not exported as part of the Google Docs output.)
10/1/14: Unified the Optics pages, and expanded them to a complete chapter on Light and Optics.
9/30/14: In writing a blog post for US News, assembled a list of topics in each of the natural sciences foundational concepts ( ≈ subjects) that were removed or added.
9/28/14: In polishing up a review sheet, I realized I was writing a full book chapter on Acid-Base Chemistry. Finished it today. Updated the format of all the current pages via GDocConverter.
9/20/14: Took the plunge and rewrote the main code of the website layout from scratch, because the BlueGriffon code was reacting unpredictably with the output of GDocConverter.
9/19/14: Big Day:
- Wrote a productivity program, GDocConverter, to easily convert Google Docs output to standard site page to allow easy updates.
- This will allow me to hammer out how to format the Google Docs for hiccup-free conversion. I had been doing the minutiae of formatting by hand to get it up and running the first time Probably going to go with in line images for now, so that the eventual addition of a mobile version of the site will be easy.
- Preliminary web-ready versions of Google Docs manually uploaded in simple list format.
9/18/14: Major stylistic coding hurdles cleared, preliminary site structure established.
9/13/14: Site first goes live, using BlueGriffon WSIWYG editor
6/20/14: Domain purchased.