blog. finally. done!

Well, check another one off the list, folks – what you see around you is as good as it’s gonna get! ūüėČ

It’s kinda crazy that it’s been¬†8 months already¬†since I first undertook the task of migrating my blog from LiveJournal over to WordPress … and for what it’s worth,¬†it’s not like I’ve been working on it¬†solid¬†all of this time!¬†Truth be told, aside from a few days here and there to get the kinks worked out of the header and the homepage, I haven’t really touched this thing to finish it up in quite a while. And yet it’s forever been another pair of checkboxes on my 2012 timeline, taunting me as I yearn for newer projects that actually have a chance of¬†making me some money…


Anyways, what’s done is done, and I’m happy to say that¬†this site –¬†– is officially as done as it’s going to get until a year from now I feel like it’s grown¬†horribly outdated¬†once again and I’m faced with the task of gutting it and starting anew once more.

For what it’s worth, though, in this particular point in time here on July 3, 2012, I’m actually really happy with the way that it all turned out. I got the self-hosted home for my blog that I’ve been wanting, and I also got a pretty slick interface on the homepage to highlight all of my writing that’s taking place on¬†other sites¬†that I run! Plus, I can do some other cool stuff that a regular blog makes difficult, like these random lists of stuff that I like and my favorite things, and this favorite tag page that promotes some of my best along with a slightly different display of all the rest than most people are used to seeing.

Technically the one other thing that I still need to do is swap out a couple of images in the header menu for abandoned and replacement projects, but I can’t really do much about that until¬†said other projects¬†are actually further along…

I guess it’s sort of a funky mesh between personal and professional, plus it’s nice to be able to share some of these kinds of things a little more publicly than just throwing them up on Facebook where the same 122 friends are my entire audience. Here I’ve got the potential for, well,¬†more, and hopefully over time other folks will grow to enjoy how I’ve brought¬†everything me¬†here together under one roof, too!

Now what was I supposed to be working on¬†next???¬† ūüėĮ

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