(Not) Belly Up

I’d like to start off by declaring that I’m not complaining when I say that eighteen credits definitely keeps me moving. Actually, after being consistently busy the last two months with the help of the 18 credits, I don’t know if I could go back down to 12 unless filling up my time otherwise. I don’t really have any tech news to report or any college tips to suggest. I don’t even have a band in mind to review.

I did, however, start getting prepared to build a music blog that I dubbed MusicBytes and reserved the musicbytes.us domain. For now it simply just has a landing page saying that the site is being built. The reason for this is while I get deeper into Content Management Systems and now as we’ve hit on topics like child themes, it could help me make that site/blog better. I’d prefer to have it set up right the first time instead of having to take it down to fix it later and lose readers as I’m doing so. It wouldn’t surprise me if I started typing up some reviews on text files until that point though. That would give me a nice glob of content to already have pre-written so that all I would have to do is amend it and format it.

However, for informational purposes, I aim to have MusicBytes.us very open to where I can literally write about any musical artist, or “genre” if you prefer, without any lines or boundaries. I’m also looking to set it up to have more than one author which should give it a broader perspective of music and style. I realize the landing page isn’t visually spectacular, smiles, but am still brainstorming a visual theme and atmosphere.

musicbyte.us
Temporary Landing Page for MusicBytes.us

For now, I’m going to have to keep this blog running as is, as a free WordPress hosted blog at that, because school and other things have me pretty booked up, especially if doing the MusicBytes blog. I’m starting to learn moderation so I don’t start trying to do too many projects at once. A photography site is also on my agenda. I would rather start up a few websites on my own before starting out on developing for others.

Thank you for your time,

~SpartanByte