Awhile back I was reading a website, called The Skimm. It was a daily summary of the news stories from the previous day, thus allowing you to "skim" the news. In part of the summary, they have a section called, "Quote Of The Day", and I thought it was a neat feature I wanted to add to this website, so I created a new page, called Quotes.
I eventually stopped reading The Skimm, and of course I stopped posting the daily quotes, but I recently started thinking about other quotes I've read in the past that I would like to post to this site (I don't know why I haven't thought of this before). So, I've decided to started using the quotes page again, it just won't be on a daily basis.
Who would have known that making a personal archive of Dave McGowan's work would some day be the only source available to the public, after his death?
I guess I've got some bad news (or good news, depending on how you look at it). I recently got an email from my domain registrar, stating the following:
I've decided to stop posting to the Ten Things You "Need" To Know Today section. It wasn't panning out the way I'd hoped.
I've got some other things stirring around in my head though. Stay tuned!
UPDATE: I decided this post was good enough to double as the "about" page for this website.
The words of the Teacher, son of David, king in Jerusalem.
Either I'm suffering from depression, or I just like punishing myself. Maybe a little of both?
I know, I did it again.
What can I say; it's an addiction, and I'm a victim.
Well, I may not be as bad as some, but it certainly causes me enough grief. I went and changed the domain of my website, AGAIN!
One of the things I like about this website is the search feature. When your goal is to archive the internet, it's important to have the ability to look up all that information easily; however, I noticed the other night that the search feature in the header of this theme didn't work in all browsers.
I've always been one to tinker with the theme of my website, but not knowing how to code css I'm limited to the themes Weebly offers. Not that they aren't good, it's just always someone else's design. I've been please with the few I've chosen for this site, but I've never really been completely please with the final results. Either I need to let go of my need to customize, or learn to code so I can make my own themes.