redknob.net

Well, I sort of set up redknob.net a bit better. Courtesy of Drupal. There’s really no point trying to make a website from scratch these days, unless it has some uber special personalised requirements. I don’t.

Managing it is taking a little getting used to. The way it handles content was a little confusing at first but I think I’ve basically gotten the hang of it.

I kind of like the basic white theme that I’m running on it, even though it’s virtually an unedited stock/default theme that comes with the installation. Simplicity and minimalism are certainly a turn-on for me.

I’m actually writing this entry just to see if I have the crontab working properly (a script to update aggregated content). If I did it right, I shouldn’t have to do anything for this entry to appear on my LiveJournal syndication.

I’m going up to Newcastle on Sunday afternoon to visit my uncle (although he’s technically my cousin), Grant. He’s been living at the shack for a little while now and wanted me to come up and visit him. He wants to have a bit of a man-to-man I think after everything that’s happened. I’m actually looking forward to it. It’ll be nice to talk to someone older who’s not one of my parents about things for a while.

My part of the RailCorp project has pretty much ground to a halt over the last week. I have trouble getting motivated to do any work in general, let alone after having a depressing week. I really should be doing something on it now instead of fucking around with a new website, but it’s still hard to concentrate on anything too important. Maybe I’ll take a swipe at it on Saturday night. I was planning on trying to do a little bit on Sunday morning before I left, too. Knowing me, I probably wont.

I just can’t wait for this year to be over. I’m a little scared but still curious as to both what the world has in store for me and what I have in store for the world, now that I’m basically going to be set loose from everything.

To refer to the RPG analogy: I’m not going to be questing. I’m just filling out the map.

20 thoughts on “redknob.net

  1. You’ve done a good job with your website. :) Tres clever.

    Simplicity and minimalism are certainly a turn-on for me.

    Complicated and overdone is more my thing.

    I’m going up to Newcastle on Sunday afternoon to visit my uncle (although he’s technically my cousin), Grant.

    Sounds kinky. I won’t ask.

    I just can’t wait for this year to be over. I’m a little scared but still curious as to both what the world has in store for me and what I have in store for the world, now that I’m basically going to be set loose from everything.

    Should be exciting and scary at the same time. Hopefully you will find your niche and have fun doing so in the process. Good luck.

  2. Yeah the site isn’t too bad apart from the fact that the webhost has crapped itself for the time being so the site is down. Oh well.

    “Complicated and overdone is more my thing.”

    Really? I would never have picked that.

    Hey now, my uncle/cousin isn’t my type at all. He tucks his shirt in to his pants. That’s just not on.

    Thanks for the well-wishing. It wasn’t complicated and overdone, though.

  3. Yes, but how is your uncle also your cousin at the same time? Are you a mystical elf? Nice.

    “Really? I would never have picked that.”

    Now who is a little red smarty pants?

    “Thanks for the well-wishing. It wasn’t complicated and overdone, though”.

    Oh, sorry your thought processes don’t extent that far, a shame really. =P

  4. He’s my dad’s cousin… I don’t know what relation that makes him to me. It’s too hard for my little brain to handle.

    “Oh, sorry your thought processes don’t extent that far, a shame really. =P”

    Uhh… What? I think you either misread the joke or you meant to say that I wouldn’t have been able to process a complicated and overdone tribute. It needed something extra to be coherent.

    Now look what’s happened: it’s gotten complicated and overdone. Geez.

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