“My website” never got made.
The one that that one guy was supposed to do, that I offered him money to do, that we’d get together to try and do, that never got done.
And my very first website that did get done, has rollover flash icons that don’t work on smartphones, which I later realized after I got an iPhone. Most of those links are dead-ends anyway (but there are some PDF downloads there) — because the places decided to redesign their sites (i.e. Popular Mechanics, Time Out Chicago), or go out of business… thanks to the era of the downfall of “journalism” and the ongoing transition from print to digital media.
So this is the link that I will now send when people ask me for my “website.” It’s on my blog. Which you can link back to, and might tell you more about me than I want you — or that you want — to know. Cheers!
“Chicago: 10 Things To Do”
NOTE: Not a big fan of my first blurb, not because the National Vietnam Veterans Art Museum isn’t amazing, but…just skip to the second one. But go there if you live in or ever visit Chicago, hopefully it will stay open for a long time.