Memory log archives now online.

24 April 2008

After much deliberation, I've decided to put the archives of my old memory logs online. There's a lot of text in there, dating all the way back to the year 2002 - from my final year at Pitt to my last few years in Pittsburgh to just after moving to Washington, DC. I've fixed all of the screwy filenames that accumulated over the years and deleted the intra-page archive references that used to be at the end of each file. I haven't fixed any broken links inside of each page, however - the ones outside of my site are gone, probably for good; the ones inside I'll eventually get around to fixing.

You know, going through some of those entries makes me wonder, as I suppose that everyone does after a few years of having a job, paying bills, not hanging out with friends or going out in the evenings because of work, what exactly happened to me? At what time did I start slowing down, get tired, call it what you will? Have I hit my peak? Is it really all downhill from here? Can I finally say "Old age and treachery beats youth and skill" and have the street cred to pull it off? When did I stop using the word 'deck' to refer to my computer? Hell, when did I stop anthropomorphizing my computers...?

Why did I stop writing about my personal life, and everything that I do with Lyssa, or my friends?

I think it's time to shake things up a bit. Time for some wacky adventures.

Soon, I'll do some work on the frontpage of my site and re-organize things a little. There are a couple of things that I was never quite satisfied with that I've been meaning to alter.