This is where I am. How is your cubicle today?
Everything is perfect now. I have exactly the multimedia blogging platform I have always wanted. The only thing left to do is to add some great content, and the prospect of doing that excites me.
Well, OK, that's not the only thing needing to be done. There are still a few little touch-ups left on the back end that need not concern you, dear Reader.
A couple things you will see on the front end in the coming months:
- Feeds and services for syndication and consumption by external apps
- Search -- didn't see the point of making a search bar before there was anything to find. I need to add more content and really think about how I want the search to work before implementing anything.
- Improved performance -- this site is under constant attack (not sure why) which slows it down a lot, especially given the tiny computational resources on the economical box that runs it. Measures have been taken. More will be taken. A server upgrade may be in the cards if enough of you use that Lightning Tip button.
A couple things you will not see because they are not going to happen:
- Commenting -- comment sections cause cancer, and administering comment sections causes insanity. If you want to comment on something I've said, do it on your own damn blog.
- "Social" media share buttons or any other type of integration with corporate SuckWeb™. If you want to share this on your Fakebook, go right ahead, but I'm not going to do anything to encourage or condone that behavior. If you want to share something, I suggest you text or e-mail a link to someone. For analytics, I have log parsers but no corporate analytics sneakily collecting data.
Did I mention that I have videos and audio running pretty well? Stay tuned for some groovy sound and video.