It will update itself as you do more trials, and shows your progress over time as a graph.
Take the reaction time test and log in to see yours. Check it out!
I made an oscilloscope applet. It's really fun to play with, especially if you have an instrument. You can also use it for tuning.
It runs right inside the browser, all you need is Java and a microphone.
Daily Sketch Group
A side project of mine is this Daily Sketch Group. If you fancy yourself an artist, but never seem to find the motivation to draw, you should join.
Ear trainer, other stuff
I finally did what I've been putting off all year, and made a flash ear trainer.
It's only an early version, but the sooner I get some feedback on it, the better. All it does is two note intervals, showing you the bottom note and testing you on the top note. There are a few options, and I hope to expand it somewhat, and get it to sound a little bit nicer in the future.
It may not run well on older computers, since it does realtime synthesiser stuff right inside the flash movie. Thanks goes the crazy geniuses at FlashBrighton.com for figuring out a ridiculous hack to get Actionscript 3 to play PCM data.
Comments system, cutoff threshold
I whipped up a comments system, expect it to be in lots of places on the site.
The cutoff is back to 100 milliseconds, instead of 130. It's explained in the FAQ.
You make a convincing argument, Argammon. Unfortunately, your reply email address isn't working.
New user stats, FAQ page, forum status
I made a more comprehensive user page, where you can see every test a user has taken. In addition to being useful for tracking progress, it also makes it a lot easier to spot cheaters.
I also made an FAQ page.
I'm working on a comments system to replace the old forums. It will be linked in with the usernames for the test.
I redesigned the whole site, got rid of image ads, fixed some bugs, and tweaked the site to run a lot faster.