Now that my site has grown, I think it’s time to have a look at the statistics again. In the months past, much has changed on my site. I started commenting on other peoples’ blogs. By that I mean people that I don’t know, like on hicksdesign, Garrett Dimon, or SonSpring. That helps because my comment has a link back to my site. The other thing that changed is that my site is getting a lot more hits from search engines now that it’s on the radar at Google. Continue reading
I’ve learned to use the Bookmarks toolbar and Tabbed Browsing in Firefox and combined them into a timesaving browsing tool. I have quite a few blogs that I go through every day. I just put the bookmarks into a folder and I can load all of them in tabs just by middle clicking the folder. Very neat. Then I just go along my merry way, scanning what’s new and closing the tabs, at which point I load the next batch. My toolbar is set up so that I read all of my friends’ blogs first, then design blogs, tech, gaming, and so on.
I remember a few years ago when I first got my Livejournal. There weren’t that many people that I knew who blogged and the stuff I wrote was, well, crap. But hey, life wasn’t that interesting back in Grade 9. Now, everyone has their own blog and writes long, epic, two page entries about stuff. More specifically, it seems like for the past while, every other blog was talking about some problem that was going on with our fellowships. Continue reading
A long time ago, I was in the middle of watching .hack//SIGN. It was twenty six episodes long and I was nearing the end of it. Then, I went to watch episode 22. To my surprise, the disc didn’t burn properly or some such garbage like that. I got pissed off at it and stopped watching right there.
Now, a year or two later, I have nothing to watch, save for Naruto. I’d kept myself busy watching Rurouni Kenshin, Fullmetal Alchemist, and Gundam SEED Destiny. Now I needed something else to watch, since Naruto fillers are getting dull. So I decided to try finishing .hack//SIGN. To my amazement, my computer (now Linux) read the disc perfectly fine
The highly anticipated David Crowder* Band’s new release came upon us a week or two ago
Friction is like your mom.