A little while back, I had made the decision to integrate my projects web site into my personal web site. After a lot of thinking, I realized this was a stupid decision.
As I continue my job hunt, I began to think about how I would get my name out there in a better fashion. When looking over my online brochure (this web site), I noticed that one could get lost in my pointless ramblings when trying to locate my personal achievements. It didn’t make sense when you go from one post about silly internet ads and another post about how I built an application.
To get around this, I decided to split my personal fun from my professional work again. From this point forward, travistubbs.net will be back to personal silliness while InternalServer.net will be back to showcasing my projects and the development process involved in those projects.
There was another category in this as well: the technology guides/how-to posts I’ve been writing. Once again, I felt that these were getting lost in among the other unrelated posts on this site. It was time to spin those off onto their own site as well.
That brings us to my new site, WYSIWYG media. WYSIWYG media has been something I’ve been wanting to launch as far back as 2006 but just never could due to a various number of reasons. Since I’ve owned the domain name for quite some time, I felt it was time to do something with it, thus WYSIWYG media will now be the home to anything technology related.
With the (re)launch of these three sites, I hope to keep an actual schedule of updating. I plan to post at least three times across the network of sites. Some will be much more frequently updated (WYSIWYG media) while others will stay a bit more dormant (travistubbs.net). It all depends on what all I have to say and when it needs to be said.
I welcome any feedback on these plans. Each site has the necessary contact information on right side of the site. Just hit up whichever method you prefer and let me know what you think. These are all works-in-progress still, but I hope to be able to make better use of the resources I have.