That's actually a "yes"!

Surprise! I've made an update and it hasn't been a whole year yet; it's been 364 days!

How did I remember to do this, when it's obvious that I don't pay much attention to this site? Easy: I used Blogger's post scheduling feature to make this one immediately after posting that last update.

Hooray for automation!

I'm now using SSL on my site!

Now that Blogger finally supports HTTPS:// on custom domains, I'm able to use it for my personal site!

Too bad there's nothing on this site that's really worth seeing, though...

But hey, I actually made an update. Maybe I'll make the next update to my site sooner than a year later this time? (That's probably a "no"...)

Welcome to the new!

Yeah, I know no one (except spam bots) ever really viewed my old website, so if you're an actual human reading this then it's probably also your first time ever visiting this small corner of the Internet. Welcome!

You may be wondering what's changed from the old site (OK, you aren't, but I'm going to tell you anyway). Well, the answer is: not much. I'm now hosting the site on Blogger rather than using plain HTML/CSS/PHP files with a website hosting company, mainly because Blogger's free and traditional webhosting isn't (unless you like ads everywhere). The design is still the same as before, so if you're wondering what the old website looked like, it was basically the same as this except without the "Post Archives" section on the right and all the other things that come with a Blogger site.

I basically never update this site, and even though it should be easier to do now that I can update it without manually changing and uploading HTML files, I just don't have much to share on here. At some point I might start blogging about stuff that interests me, like videogames or something, but for now, this is all there is.

Anyway, thanks for visiting, and feel free to leave a comment or send me an email.