Blog, blog, blog…
The people who know me won’t be surprised that I have several – well, okay, many – domain names registered. I’ll have a good idea for a site, come up with some names, and then check which ones are available. More often than not I’ll actually register one or two of those. And, of course, I usually register the name(s) with all three of the major Top Level Domains (TLDs): .com, .net, and .org.
Most of the domains I’ve registered over the years are just sitting there with no email addresses, no website, and no other “cloud” properties attached. I keep the names because one day, some day, I’ll use them.
Of course, there are a few that I’ve actually used for web sites, mostly blogs. This (slowlanecafe.com (along with .net and .org)) is my original domain name, and, as you can see, it actually has a website. Five of my other domains also have websites. Check them out:
Over the years, I’ve made attempts to write interesting content for all of them, but the results of my good intentions have been short-lived. Recently, I’ve again been trying to write something for each site every week. However, time constraints and other considerations have made me realize that there is just no way I can keep up with all five and do any of them justice.
So, instead of providing mediocre content for all of them, I’ve decided to focus on the ones that I’m passionate about on a weekly basis, write for this one when I have something to write about, and leave the others for future efforts. I can’t promise the content won’t still be mediocre, but I’ll do my best.
So, [drum roll here]… the ones that I’m going to focus on weekly are the web development and coding related sites, Kobayashi Computing and Kobayashi Coding (which are also related to each other), and Neolithia.
Neolithia will by my playground to write, while the Kobayashies will be my lab for web development and coding. With the exception of dev.kobayashicoding.net (which doesn’t have articles per se, and so has no facility for comments), you can read and comment on the content I produce. If you do want to leave a comment, suggestion, or question, you’ll have to register for an account on the site of interest, and I’ll have to approve your account before you can actually post a comment, suggestion, or question.
I wonder if anyone besides me will ever read any of this…