Short and sweet—a changelog. New pages, stuff fixed, why I've been quiet, and everything in between, in reverse chronological order (so no scrolling to see the new stuff). Some of the oldest updates in this changelog came from comments I was leaving myself in my home page source.
Anyway, keep checking back for updates!
We have a new Colton story! Yes, I started this one mid-last month and it's been sitting in my pile of notebook paper drafts. It's called "A Conversation With Colton", and it's where some City person probably years after the main storyline tries to interview our boy, out here with hot tapes and everything—to mixed, spergy results. More drafts to follow (plus, I feel like I can in good conscience do more GH stuff and whatnot now that the group has seen more stories...)
Shouldn't have taken as long as it did to update this, but that's
alright, that's what these old sites are for, yeah? At long last, after
a month of working on it, Nirvana:
Sound of Dentage, my three-disc boxset trying to improve on the
official With the Lights Out
set, is available for download.
On the writing front, you bet I got more of that coming in—already have
a few fully-finished, unpublished pages ready to go for when I have the
whole update done! Told you lads, avalanche from me soon.
After a weirdly long intermission spent in a cave, I return with a
new page on the curious case of Nobody's Watching. Some of the
site's also been reorganized into a "vault" section, just so I don't
end up with an utter mess of files. More on the way, promise.
Got the rest of the MIDIs sorted out. Approaching 13MB of the
things, all largely clustered on 80s and 90s music, which a bunch new
ones for TV and movie themes. Not a
selection at all. Check the full index if
Getting real close to things being completely clean and working around here. Stories are all ported over, in HTML, RTF, and plain text form (thank God), the stray mari.somnol pages are all linked on the front page now, and the recommended PS1 games page is now functional again—stuff's linked in the right place, and I reintroduced the stylesheet. If it's good enough for IE4, it's good enough for most any browser I'm bothering to test on.
The Minesweeper and Mario Kart Wii times page pages have both been remade with Composer, which is basically my new favorite thing ever. I debate which pages I'll keep hand-updating in a text editor and which ones I'll remake with Composer so it's a more graphical experience, but I'll go by what feels best.
I'm up at 5 in the morning working on this. Debating a "What's new" page. (Which I clearly went with, given that you're reading it!)
I hit a major burst of inspiration and actually start getting shit done on this new site of mine. About page has been written, even got a nice little bit of hover script action for those of you with fancier browsers. FrontPage Express has unfortunately not really done what I want it to as far as the markup goes—genuinely, it's messy stuff. I'd love to find a good WYSIWYG editor just to shake up how I build pages. Think the Notepad++ thing for every site has been played out for a bit, want something a little more fun, but hopefully not at the expense of readable goddamn HTML.
...You will check back, right?