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3, 2, 1....Contact!

on September 7, 2012 - 10:30am

I said "Contact!"....CONTACT! *hits enter repeatedly*

Turns out my contact form on the site has been broken. 

Yes, people could send me emails and even get a copy for themselves. But they were the only ones getting a copy. 

It's fixed now, but I wanted to apologize to anyone who has tried to contact me via the webform and got no response.

Who knows how long it's been a bust. Did I miss a letter from a long lost relative who can travel through time? An art show opportunity in Japan? A letter from a man in Africa who can get me ten million dollars if I send him a thousand now? 

*sigh*

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Black Thinking

on December 13, 2010 - 9:58am


Looking for a way to pass the time on this chilly, snowy, icy Monday? Look no further.

I give to you www.blackthinking.com. Part short films, part choose-your-own-adventure, it's a website with many rabbit holes to tumble down. So many, in fact, I haven't had the time to explore all of them.

It's just one of the many things I've been meaning to share with you for weeks. I can finally check it off my list.

Have fun!

How the Internet Has Changed for Halloweeners

on September 13, 2010 - 10:37am

As I said, It's been 3 years since I first published a blog post on this site. Since then, the online world for a Halloween lover has evolved into an entirely different creature. And at least my blog, if not my entire site, has changed along with it. I wonder how many of you can relate.

Computer years are like dog years. One year equals the equivalent of 7 human years.

The story actually starts closer to 4 years ago, since I spent months getting the site ready before it launched. I met a boy who built websites. Real websites. And he said he'd build one for me and teach me how to use it (remember, things like Google's version of Blogger were still in Beta in 2006. They had just figured out how to let people post photos on their blogs, but it still wasn't user-friendly for newbies and non-tech folk like it is now. Unless you were into computers, you likely didn't even know about it).

I'd recently discovered various Haunter forums on the web (who were still in many ways fledglings at the time too). I was hungry for more Halloween resources. And I was still frustrated.