Me, Online


My website. With a song, a little news, a bit of bloggery, and a lot more work still to be done.

http://kapitano.me.uk/


8 comments:

  1. You've been a busy boy!

    Will you continue with THIS blog?

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  2. Abso-fragging-lutely. That blog for muso musings, this blog for...boozy bruisings.

    Besides, the blog service they offer is distinctly, well, basic.

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  3. Oooo...that sounds so rough trade!

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  4. Cool! The site looks fantastic, even if it is a work in progress.

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  5. Cool site, and a cool song. :o)

    [The link to download the song on the homepage is broken. It seems to be missing the /music part of the address.]

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  6. @Eroswings:

    Thanks. It actually took a surprisingly long time to get such a simple scheme right - and a lot of geeky experimentation with different levels of blur.


    @Aethelreadtheunread:

    Thanks for spotting that, and the compliments.

    The link at least should now be corrected - all the niggling little things wrong with the mp3 will have to stay :-).

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  7. Would you be able to export your blog to Wordpress and then incorporate that into your website? I'm a technophobe but I think that you can. Personally, I think that it would be nice to have everything in one place.

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  8. @David:

    I could certainly do that, and it would give me a lot more flexibility as regards blog design. But at the moment I don't want to go down that route. Why? Well...

    * Wordpress may be flexible, but it's more work to set up and maintain than a blogger blog.

    * This here is my personal blog, and I though I talk about making music here, I'd prefer to have a seperate place to post details about making music - lyric ideas, recording plans, and technical info that only other muso nerds could possibly be interested in

    * Blogger has limited capabilities for embedding and streaming, but the workarounds I've put in place work okay.

    * The trouble with putting everything in one place is...what if that place goes down? I used to have a webspace for storing and sharing occasional files, but the owner company went backrupt and wasn't taken over.

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