In addition to my historical research, below is a list of some online projects that I have been involved in over the past few years:
Digital Archive of Japan's 2011 Disasters - From 2010 to 2011 I am working as project manager for this initiative of the Edwin O. Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies at Harvard University. My work so far has been to help coordinate our staff work on the project and work closely with our content and technology partners for the project.
Muninn - Here at Muninn I host a personal weblog where I write mostly about my own experiences as a graduate student, and comments on history, politics, and other fields of interest.
ChinaJapan.org - Originally created as a place to promote Sino-Japanese relations and bring together students and scholars working in this field, I later dedicated this domain to the hosting of the Sino-Japanese Studies journal, edited by Joshua Fogel. I have digitized the journal, which has been temporarily been discontinued, and you can download articles from all past journals at the site.
Frog in a Well - I created the Frog in a Well project back in 2004 with the goal of creating a place where students and scholars studying East Asian history could together post, in their own language, on three bilingual weblogs. The three weblogs have not yet become as bilingual as I hoped, but enjoy a measure of success, with a number of active contributing historians. In 2005 it won "Best Group Blog" in the Cliopatria history weblog awards. In 2006, China history weblog contributor Alan Baumler won "Best History Blog Writer" in the same awards. The site now organizes the Asian History Carnival and the East Asian Libraries and Archives wiki.
The Fool's Workshop - Up until 2004 or so I spent much of my free time working on various amateur programming projects, mostly related to education and language study. Most of these creations have unfortunately not received any attention in years. Currently active projects: Fool's Flashcard Review (Reviews of flashcard software for language learners), Fool's Applescript Workshop (AppleScript Studio tips and tutorials), and Fool's Ruby and Cocoa Workshop