Back in July 10, 2001, this is what the front page of my site looked like:
I was in the process of trying to do something with my CD, which I’d just created.
In September 28, 2002, my site evolved to this:
I was using the site for posting gigs and times of shows that I would allegedly play.
A short time later, I came up with a logo that I liked and stuck it in the upper-left hand corner:
On April 21st, 2003, my site looked like this:
I was launching my version of a column, which I called Innate Perspectives (this idea of a column under this name is still a goal of mine. But you can see that I’m using a different format, again. I kept changing the engines beneath the website, because I was very fickle about how long I thought something was cool.
Somewhere, along the way, my site went down, for some reason. This is what it looked like on July 30th, 2003:
Anyway, I got my act together and recreated the entire website, again, with this design:
I broke up the website into different sections, because I was doing several things at once. Music, writing, geek stuff. So the site continued to evolve…
On October 14, 2003, I was having database problems:
June 22nd of 2004, I lost my domain due to my misunderstanding of when it expired. It was then put up for auction (see below)
Once purchased, the site became this:
…and soon, this freaky, weird, animated talking guy (non-animated in the below pic) (Jan 2nd, 2005)
Currently, the site is reduced to this drivel:
What is the point of all of this? Well in only a short amount of time, this domain expires once again, and I just might have a chance at getting it. We’ll see…