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In 2002, I purchased AlexDresko.com with the sole purpose of creating the most badass website to ever grace this beautiful planet. However, much like a mechanic who never has time to work on his own car, none of the dozen or so drastically different versions of AlexDresko.com I started on over the years ever got a chance to please the public.
But recently, I got tired of not having a voice on the internet. I have all these ideas for things to write about, but I’d always tell myself, “I don’t want to post anything until I can post it on my website, and I can’t post it on my website because my website isn’t ready, and my website isn’t ready because… SQUIRREL!” Well enough is enough, man. I want a place to call home and if some PHP *eeeeeek* blog system called WordPress is the way it’s got to happen, then so be it.
I’m going to stop beating myself up about not having everything exactly as I want it and move on. It’s a bitter pill to swallow, but I honestly feel like this is a hugely important step in the right direction. In my mind, there’s still a lot to do here, but something is better than nothing.
Wow. My first, real, suck-it-if-you-don’t-like-it blog post.