So, I finally went back and sort of converted the old blogs; the first year I ever blogged, into a semi-normal blog format and it’s now archived and searchable within WordPress. I had to do it a lazy way, though. The whole month is one single post. You can now find them in the Blog [...]
I decided it was finally time to try and make this homepage a little more… a lot more focused on the Twitter feed and much less emphasis on the blog, which is almost never used. So, cozbaldwin.com version 10 is launched. I’ve made a couple other improvements around the site, particularly in the SEE and [...]
So I just installed this new WordPress theme on my website… and I’m completely loving it! It’s so funny! To me.
I notice there’s a strange glitch when browsing through pages and through some of the photo albums, though… I hope I can get rid of them because I definitely want to keep this theme [...]
OK, only a few would ever notice, but my site’s now been WordPressatized. That’s how I spent my day. Really.
Yeah I know I just switched to BlogSpot recently, but I was uneasy with the idea of being on someone else’s server. They could have deleted any of my posts for any reason they could [...]
So after all these years I’ve converted from self-publishing to Blogspot…. I didn’t really want to but the page-ranking is SO MUCH HIGHER. I mean, c’mon…. it’s ridiculous.
Anyway, there ya go.
The main menu is on the sidebar now. Searching the blog is all done through the navigation bar at the tippy-top of [...]
Before there was cozbaldwin.com, there was redrival.com/coz
(That’s some of the text that was on the “news” page. NOT the blog. The rest of the page’s design is unavailable in the web archives.)
Some other flashbacks:
A brief tribute to John after his passing based on the [...]
- Don't worry, this'll all be interesting when I'm dead.
ReminderSometimes I need to play this for myself just to remember what it feels like to smile. And it doesn't just make me smile because of the message (though it never fails) but because someone took the time to get her to record it for me.
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