The floggings will continue until the month is up.

Just a few more days, and our national NaBloPoMo-induced nightmare will be over.

The entire Internet exists only to hold my bookmarks.

I’ve started keeping a scrapbooky-type thing over at Tumblr to hold the little embeddables that don’t fit elsewhere in my ever-expanding network of web utilities.

NaBloPoMo: It’s fun to say!

As soon as I saw the word “NaBloPoMo”, it was all over but the crying. And the posting of blog entries. But that’s going to take a while. Thirty days, by my reckoning.

Redesign, Schmedesign.

While the visible design of the site hasn’t changed that much, I did finally get around to gutting the site’s Movable Type templates, clearing out a bunch of crufty sidebars and CSS classes.

Walking in a winter freaking wonderland.

I’m not sure what to make of the absurdly mild winter we’re having in Minnesota.

Big Honkin’ Banners.

When you’ve run out of things to post about, just redesign the site to make it look busy.

Sediment is moving.

Josh changes web hosting services, madness ensues.

No Foolin’.

As the Internet — and I — get older, I have less and less patience with seeing the same old parodic press releases and faux-hacked web sites try to wring a bit of surprise out of an increasingly jaded online audience.

Turpentine for your web page.

After spending all summer implementing a series of web sites for various clients, each more elaborate than the last, it’s actually kind of relaxing to take the design of my own site and tear it down to a bare minimum.

Another day, another redesign.

You know all that stuff I said yesterday about weblogs providing “much simpler tools” for people to build home pages with? Yeah, so much for that.