March 12, 2015
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In the continuing theme of rebuild and reinvent this year, I took the sledgehammer to my website. It’s something that has been needing torn down for many years. The idea of a website going without an update for… 10 years (?!) is unheard of. Unless the site is truly dead.
But I’m not dead yet. And I decided to redo the website in a much simplified version. Gone is the whole “About Us” page, making me seem like some big firm of developers. Gone are the Software and Support sections that really only had a couple of items in them. Who was I trying to impress?
Back when I started, there was this pressure to always seem like a consummate professional and always like a huge organization, because no one would take you seriously otherwise. As time and experience went on, I realized, I didn’t need any of that validation.
Now I’m down to two whole pages, but I have links to other whole websites I’m doing, so that makes my site more what it should be: a portal to my other work.
And part of that website is another blog, so maybe that will get revived as well. Let’s see last post was…October 2012. Sigh.