Zobovor's Updates Log (2002)

I'm always making little changes here and there to the site that won't merit a mention in the updates log, but anything new that I've added to the site can be found here.  Keep in mind that some links on this page will no longer work as the site continues to evolve.  Always start from the home page to find the most recent links!  




Downloaded and installed a new monitor driver, so everything's hunky-dorky once again.  I'll have some new stuff uploaded eventually.  Looks like some parts of the site have gone offline again... no idea when I'll get a chance to address that.  (I really hate battling entropy, folks.)

In the meantime, here's a Wheeljack o' lantern.  Carved it myself.


I'm having some really bad luck with the computer monitor of late.  The brightness settings are all wonked up now, which means I won't be able to do any image editing until I figure out what's wrong.  (How does this affect the site?  No new kitbash images for a while, basically.  There's other stuff I can't do, either, but I wouldn't have gotten around to doing it anyhoo.)






At last, the first official update since we moved into the new house.  My primary motivation was to get something uploaded for BotCon weekend, since I wanted to make things fun for those who aren't attending this year.






We're moving into a bigger apartment house, so I've been spending most of my time packing everything up.  Fun?  No, not in the least, but thanks for asking!  I've been thinking about uploading a few recent projects to the site before we move, but don't hold your breath.

At least I fixed the monitor problems I was having.  The computer screen had developed this weird purple tint, and I couldn't do any of my photomanipulation on the computer because the colors would look wrong on everyone else's system.  At first I thought the monitor needed to be replaced, but actually it just... uh, wasn't plugged in all the way.  Heh.

(4/1/2002)  This was the April Fool's Day update.

I'm working on another batch of fun things, but none of them are ready yet.  I did upload a review of the G1 Predacon knockoffs, mainly in the hopes that someone else has found the ones I'm missing.  (And yeah, I know what day it is, but I'm not about to let that get in the way of a site update.)   This was an April Fool's Day prank.












Wow, these mini-updates give me a lot more freedom when working on the site.  I'm liking this.



A small update today.  We're changing the game plan slightly; I think I'm going to go back to the tiny little updates here and there instead of preparing enough content to do the whopping big updates.  I think the huge chunks are just too much for people to digest, which results in less feedback, and me sitting here wondering how I can get 500 hits in two days, but have maybe five people offer feedback.  It baffles me.

Oh, and GeoCities is cancelling their free FTP service in April.  Whee.

Consider this the annual birthday update, even though it's a few days early.  Feel free to donate PVCs, Autobot Brother repaints, a digicam with a macro feature... whatever strikes your fancy.


(1/1/2002) (2/14/2002)

Update now online.  Rejoyce!  Rejoyce!  Paint, pant, pant.  Going to take a nap.













Well, I hope you've enjoyed this update.  I'm always working on both old and new projects, so check back here in a couple of months.  Feedback is always appreciated.  (Well, as long as it's the good kind.)


Happy new year! There is an update coming, but it may be a day or two. Stuff like Christmas shopping, decorating, and wrapping tends to take precedence over web updates, alas. (Then of course there are my insane zombie children, who tend to stay up later than I do...)

One of the problems I'm having is that the site is getting too large for me to effectively manage. I've been adding things to it for three years, and almost never get rid of individual sub-pages, so you can imagine how extensive it's become. This is also one of the reasons why I haven't really been motivated to restore the older parts of the site that went down a few months ago; given a choice, I'd rather focus on the new stuff.

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