Dreamhost is amazing. With their cheapest hosting plan, I'm getting over 1.5 terabytes of bandwidth a month, and over 150 gigabytes of storage. Of those numbers I'm only using a small fraction of one percent. So I'd like to share the wealth and offer fast, 99.99% uptime, reliable hosting to those who would benefit!
Whether you have a whole site or just individual files that you need hosted, feel free to drop me a line and mention what you want hosted. If I like your proposal (I probably will, unless it involves copyright-infringing, obscene, or otherwise objectionable content) then we'll work out the details.
Things look a little different around here, eh? Today I moved my site from Netfirms to Dreamhost, and to celebrate, I uploaded the layout revision I've been working on. It's not completely finished, but I think it's a good improvement over the old one. It's cleaner, snazzier, and all-around nicer to look at. Some colors may have to be tweaked though.
So the reason I changed webhosts is kind of involved. My domain registration (at GoDaddy) was set to expire at the end of this month, and they didn't have good prices on renewals. I found out that Dreamhost offers a year of hosting (with a ton of storage and bandwidth) and a domain renewal with private registration for a measley $20, using a certain 9999 promo code. I have a couple web-saavy friends who use Dreamhost and tell me it rocks, and from what I've seen so far I completely agree. Netfirms doesn't even hold a candle. One thing you should notice now, which is pretty important, is faster page loads!
So yeah, enjoy the new site! I'll try to have some new articles up soon- that is, after I get around to the mess of homework I've been avoiding!
The Personal section, a.k.a. the entirety of my blog, now uses RSS feeds!
The blog entries were also looking sore without headings, so I retroactively added one for each entry and did some cosmetic polishing there.
I put up a new article here after I learned how to activate my replacement phone without paying the $20 fee. It's straightforward, but not well publicized.