The more I read some of my old blogs and think back on my old myspace profile programming, the more I really want to immerse myself into code again. I wish I had kept some kind of record or portfolio of my myspace layouts. I’m not sure how I would have saved them, really, since their function relied on myspace’s proprietary built-in source code… although I suppose I could have recorded my screen and simply showcased the features in a video. That would have been cool. All I have left now are snippets of images and a some of the coding, which, as I said, would only work with myspace back in the day.
I could start working on my website, but I don’t have any content. What would I build?
As you can see my blog design is a little different. I went ahead and paid for a custom CSS upgrade so I can have the most flexibility with the design. I’m not limited to the existing theme layouts.
I stayed home from work today so I don’t have to talk at all. I am going to rest and not use my voice for anything, which means I won’t be doing a video log… well, maybe I will do one if I am feeling better tonight. My coughing won’t go away unless I let my irritated throat heal, and the more I talk or use my voice, the longer that’s going to take.
I dunno what else to say at the moment.
Oh, yeah. If you look on the side bar you’ll find a link to my old myspace blog archive. The earliest is from Nov 10, 2005. In 5 days that post will be exactly 4 years old. I was thinking… it would be kind of cool to get those blogs transferred to WordPress so that they are in with the rest of my blog. I think what I will do is copy each post’s content as a new post on the date that it was originally posted, but 4 years later. In other words, in 5 days (november 10), I will copy the 2005 myspace blog and post it here. One concern I have about that is that I would need a for-sure way to make it obvious that it’s an old post. I’ll figure it out. If you have any ideas, please share.