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Ahhh... fall. Leaves falling, temperatures cooling... (oh yeah, this is Florida). Well, it's still that special time of year where I take the existing look of EGrabow.com, think "Man, I thought that looked good???", and proceed to totally re-write the laws of EG-Physics. EG2007 will inherit a lot of design from versions 6 and 6.5. Unfortunately, implementation of 6.5 was soon followed by fourth job (1= FT Waterman Broadcasting / 2= Office Depot / 3= Volunteer @ Church's media dept. / 4= Build websites & fix computers). My idea of "free time" in August was checking my mail and (maybe) sleeping, there weren't enough scraps left to smooth out certain problems with 6.5's flash NAVbar or to update the TIS regularly. Much of that time has returned at this point, and I look forward to restoring my 5am sleep schedule in December when Job #2 disappears into my personal history book.
Regardless of how much I'm getting to use version 6.5, some aspects of it are here to stay. Here's 2007's early drawing board:
Flash Not all it's cracked up to be? We'll see about that.
FreeFolder.net EG's cash cow?
This is what Office Depot will give way to... except I don't have to get up at 7am to build websites. Now that "freefolder.net" actually goes to EG's FreeFolder Page, advertising will be much easier... I'm not sure what I was smoking two years ago when I bought the name through Verio, since they apparently didn't offer URL forwarding.
EG remains a personal site, but FreeFolder will be the business side of it. The page will include information on my services, screenshots of existing and previous websites, and contact information.
PHP & MySQL everywhere Maniacal laughter here
It worked for the Audio/Video Component Archive, it'll work for everything else. The biggest difference users will notice in the dynamic webpages will be the URLs: egrabow.com/dx/ will be egrabow.com/ram.php?src=DxRadio (though you'll still be able to simply type in egrabow.com/dx/). Another advantage will be alternative viewing options, such as the ability to read black text on a white BG (and easy on the graphics) if you're too lame to appreciate my wicked-cool design ;-P
25 Years of Ryan G Quarter century??? Don't I feel old!
A year-long feature resembling the "a look back" section in the back of some magazine (like the defunct "Video Magazine")
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