Website upgrades

Soon this website will (hopefully) have a new face as I move it into a more commercial mode of operations….by commercial I don’t mean that the site will be paid for, I will always keep as much as I can afford free. But I do need to live, so as such I’m going to attempt to “advertise myself” through this website so that small businesses and individuals who want to make a web presence will know that I am for hire for such things. Wish me luck as prepares to go forth.
Two upgrades to note:
The blog will have its own subdomain at while the pictures which I have so embarassingly taken of friends and family will be resorted by album and uploaded for SECURE viewing to

MAF – The Mozilla Archive Format extension – maf: index
The Maf project is an archive extension that allows complete web
pages to be saved in a single archive file. MAF stands for Mozilla
Archive Format and the extension uses RDF to save page meta-data such
as the original URL of the page and the date/time the page was put in
the archive.

Not only is this program extremely useful, it was also written by a local programmer, Christopher Ottley, who happens to be a very good friend of mine. Congrats on a good app Chris!!