Over the past year I’ve worked on a number of projects. Some were more successful than others, but eventually I lost the time to work on each of them – since I had picked up a new project.
This new site is an attempt to resurrect these various projects, put them under one roof, and ensure that they don’t just fade away. I’ve intended to do this for some time, with the long weekend (Hooray for the teachers convention!) I finally had enough time to get a nice theme together and activate the site.
That said, it may be a week or two before the site is “up and running.” I’ll be slowly migrating my old articles over from other projects, and adding new posts when I have the time.
Each of the topics is intended to be separate from the rest. Each has a distinct theme and its own feed. That way you, the reader, can only read and subscribe to the issues that interest you… while I can have a central place to collect and write down all of my thoughts. Use the links above to browse the various categories.
- Nerds at Play: This category is about my various gaming pursuits. I previously hosted a site focused on World of Warcraft at rolling-horde.net. In some ways, this is a continuation of that site – however the focus will probably be on other PC games and some table top games.
- Nerds at Work: This category is about my tech-related hobbies – web development, web design, and online publishing. I previously hosted a fairly successful site focused around these topics (Web Cash). However, I eventually ran out of steam, and the project fell flat.
- My Old House: I recently purchased my first home, and this new category is all about my adventure trying to spruce it up. I’ll be sharing my home improvement projects here, so check in for inspiration, tips, or just some funny stories.
- Teach Them Well: My first real project was a site for educators – Babel. I aimed a bit too high, and I burned out from the excessive amount of time I spent developing the scripts that powered the site. I’d like to take a step back and get back to thinking and writing about education, without worrying so much about creating a grandiose project.
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