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These past few months have been a learning experience, it has been a time of changes. A time to think about the future, a time to think about opportunities. I’ve been working on a million things at once, but I’ve finally found a moment of calm during the storm to make some decisions.

There will be some changes on this website, as well as a few projects that I’ve been working on. On this blog I write about a wide variety of topics, and while it’s something I love doing, it’s not something I should do on this blog specifically. Recently, I re-designed my web development portfolio¬†and will be using that website to post programming/development content (tutorials, snippets, etc.) from now on. I will transfer everything I’ve written here about the topic to that website during the coming weeks.

Also, I’ve stopped writing about gaming related content because I will also be having a website about that specific niche. It’s something I’ve been working for a long time now so it’s just a matter of making everything come together.

These changes are meant to keep everything more organized and within its own group, instead of having all over the place within one website. For a time, I thought that was the best course of action, but I realized that’s not what I want.

My goal is to achieve consistency within all these websites and create a system for posting content, and that’s exactly what I’ll do. I will keep you updated throughout the process.


Day 9: Admirable

What is a website that you admire? Why do you admire it? Feel free to list 3 websites you admire, but no more.

This is pretty hard since there are so many websites I admire in many different ways. Many types of websites that entertain me and interest me so it’s hard to choose only three. So I will definitely generalize for this list because otherwise I would never finish it.

  • Google: It has helped me so much over the years. Every question, every code snippet, every movie title, everything I wanted and needed to know that I searched for, I found it. I will always admire and appreciate Google, and all the people behind it making the searching experience flawless.
  • Blogs: I’ve enjoyed reading them for so many years. Personal, Gaming, Cooking, Entertainment, all kinds of blogs. My preference will always be personal blogs, just seeing how people from all around the world share their stories and experiences with strangers is brave and admirable. I’ve learned so many things and have been a witness of people’s journeys by reading the wonderful words they share with all of us.
  • Message Boards: I’ve been a member of many message boards and it’s always a fun experience. Especially when people respect each other and share their ideals or thoughts in a mature way. It’s great to see the debates about controversial topics that go on in message boards. I love them for that. Meeting other members, making friends, it’s something nice.
The prompt/question that inspires this blog post is part of the Veracity Message Board 2011 Blogathon.
Veracity 2011 Blogathon