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Site Updates!

October 18th, 2008

Torero: The Comic!i wanted to point out that I've added the first Torero Comic!

Here's a thumbnail - click here to jump right in:


October 8th, 2008

Just a quick note - been making lots of updates to the site. I've redone The Writing section. Check it out - hope you like it.

I've also started to add the Torero Comics. these were so much fun to make and so much fun to read, I really wanted to give them a home here.

That's pretty much it for right now. Getting packed up and ready for my flight to LA.

See ya.


The Latest Blog Post:

October 6th, 2008

Just a quick post.

It seems weird to me, going on an actual vacation. This is not something that I ever do. I don’t ‘get away’. I don’t ‘take time off’ - it’s all very foreign to me.

And yet, here I am, about to take off to California for a week to chill out and relax with some friends.


As first real vacation’s go, I suppose this is a good one to take. I’m heading to Blizzcon, Blizzard’s massive convention to celebrate all things Blizzard. Additionally, I’ll be hitting the Magic Kingdom for a little R&R. I can’t imagine being offline for any prolonged period of time, so I’ll have my iPhone with me and a little laptop- I may even do a little posting from the convention if something cool comes up (which I’m sure will).

Interesting to me was news today that people should bring food to the con.



Fixed the Blog
August 29th, 2008

Well, I had some issues after the last upgrade. This included phantom tags on posts and the visual/html buttons not working one bit.

My webhost is notoriously slow when it comes to ftp type stuff, so I was understandibly reluctant to do any work on the site and kept putting it off.

Tonight, I decided it was time to fix things. (this has absolutely nothing whatsoever (or not) with the fact that I want to do some work on the rest of the domain this weekend…)

SO ANYWAY, after about an hour of toying with it, uploading, downloading, sideloading, everything seems to be working again - yay!


Change is Good!

July 27th, 2008

I decided to change this site a while ago, and have only now got around to actually making it happen. Lots to tell you about.

#1- I had to split the blog from the writing. It was just too confusing to have both in the same spot.

B - I am adding a store where you can go and support your new favorite website (Me. I mean my website. My website is your new favorite website, right? *puppy eyes*) by purchasing lots of swag. Go on, you know you want to.

And three - all the 'other stuff' has it's own spot now (um... coming soon? :D ); legal stuff, disclaimers, info about me, what I like to do, photos of stuff (maybe), original artwork (um, no.), maybe even a video or two (ok - I can see that happening. Maybe.). So, pretty much, the site has gone through yet another makeover.

Hope you like it.


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