(click this if yer too freakin scared and need to take a breather!)
- I looked up at the mass of signs and stars in the night sky and laid myself open for the first time to the benign indifference of the world.
Big update! I figured out how to add a sidebar. I was stuck on the sidebar for a while, not really making any progress, but once I got it worked out I finished it in a couple days. Today I finally got around to creating a couple of the "sub- pages" so the links actually lead somewhere, and now it's pretty much just down to filling out the different pages. Tomorrow I'll probably work on filling out morbidstuff.html and the home page.
+Literally the entire sidebar
+Backgrounds and links for bio, the_hackerzone.html, ostentation location, and hell (artwork on works and hell by Pieter Bruegel the Elder)
+Began "morbidstuff.html" and homepage
As it turns out, HTML is weird. Progress on this site might be a lot slower than anticipated because I truly do not understand this space- age stuff. I mean this is actually a nightmare. I found a bunch of neat backgrounds and buttons to use when I figure it all out though.
I made this website as a way to track the media I consume, literature, film, music, etc, just so I can stop saying I want to write about these things and actually get around to doing it. The reason I chose NeoCities over any other site is I dislike the lack of creative input in template- based blog sites/ website creators, like Nix or Blogspot. I wanted something I could design entirely myself, stuck in 1998 when the WWW wasn't dominated by corporations setting the standard for what a website needs to look like. Clean and easily- digestible is boring and abandoning gif vomit was a mistake, but also I wanted a sort of shrine to the early internet of the 90s and early 00's, as well as the music and culture of the time. I hope this site can act as a time machine, in a small way.