There’s more to come on this page, I swear. I just haven’t thought of it yet. ^_^; For now, take a gander at what I used to write. If it isn’t much different from what you see now, don’t be alarmed, I’m just intentionally writing that way now.
This is the story of a guy and a wedding. In particular, this is about honeyfunds or honeymoon registries that allow your guests to buy you experiences in China rather than some china. After finding out that the existing options available weren’t fitting the bill, he set out to build his own for his wedding website.
This is the story of a guy and a website. But this isn’t just any website. It’s Ren.ai, his wedding’s website. In the first of hopefully a couple of posts about his journey as a wedding designer, he’ll take you through the journey of building out one of his best, but hardest projects.
This is the story of a guy and a presentation. Said guy was given the chance to present about Japanese idols, Morning Musume and Hello! Ranking for the first time and he took full advantage of said chance. It was the first, the best and hopefully not the last chance he gets to present on the subject.
This is the story of a guy and a job. Said guy hasn’t had a full-time job for some time, but considering the company that offered, he couldn’t refuse. Today marks his first day at this new job, in which he introduces the Django Pony to the Octocat.
This is the story of a guy… and a curse. Or, what feels like a curse. Let’s end this very quiet year on Avalonstar with something silly… or freaky.
This is the story of a guy and a site. Ten years ago, said guy purchased the domain for $35, and the rest is history. Now, he’s celebrating this milestone with some gifts, for you. :)
This is the story of a guy who doesn’t do much client work anymore, but is willing to, provided that the payment is in stuff. This could be quite blasphemous, but that doesn’t change the fact that said guy needs new stuff.
This is the story of a guy and an alternate blog. While this blog has always had a sort of “standard” to its posts, the said alternate blog will be a bit more—telling.
This is a story of a pot calling a kettle black.
This is a story about a guy and development. One year he said he’d never do it. During another he went back on that and started learning. The rest is pretty much history. Now that said guy has moved on to Objective-C, he wants you to as well.
This is the story of a guy and his craft… more like a sub-craft of a craft. Said guy guesses this would make more sense if you were to view it as said guy talking to himself. Or not.
This is the story of a guy and a game. Said guy loves the concept of said game, even though it’s still a work in progress. Well, with the permission of the developer of said game, said guy made some ringtones for your iPhone.
This is the story of a guy and a site. Said site is entering its official private beta stage after a long time in development. Said guy wants to reminisce.
This is the story of a guy breaking from regularly scheduled… who are we kidding, there’s nothing regularly scheduled about this.
This is the story of a guy and a product. Said guy believes that said product has a lot of potential, but was released a bit too early.
This is the story of a guy and a pony. After the pony’s first birthday as mascot of the Django Web Framework, said guy goes on a search to thank the pony’s original artist. This is that story.
This is the story of a guy and a bowling event at a large web conference. Today, said guy officially puts said event to rest.
This is the story of a guy, a drink and a movie for teenage girls. Said guy causes a spectacle because of said drink and consequently gained his first story of the type. He’d like to share that with you now.