when I moved from my Greenwich Village loft to my house in Brooklyn. Three years later I still had my Welcome to Lower Manhattan!
home page. In fact, I hadn't updated it since 1994. For a cutting edge web guy like me that was pretty pathetic. I was waiting for a design inspiration to hit me on the head like a pigeon with heart failure.
But I'm just a back-end web developer
and graphically challenged at best. I could put it off no longer so THIS is the site update.
Mea culpas out of the way, on to content. If you're a software developer living in post-9/11 NYC like me, your home page needs a link to your
. And maybe an obligatory bio
Then you need to talk about your interests. Most of them are motorcycle and woodworking-oriented. Since I'm also a former professional bass player, I wound up inheriting
The Bottom Line
, which has been mostly relocated to a new Facebook home.
Most personal pages have lots of photos of your significant other, your kids, your shiny new Harley. But I'm unmarried without kids and since I'm usually the guy holding the camera, there aren't that many of me either, at least not in my possession. But here are some pics of my dogs
. Of course, Jack
each have their own web sites. I also have a fairly large photo library on Flickr
and some stuff on Pinterest
Being the verbose guy that I am, I figured that I needed to set up a blog to vent about stuff like the renovation of my 1903 Brooklyn row house
. If you have some time, visit @BrooklynRowHouse.com
Finally, a home page needs some links to the author's favorite web sites. While I spend a lot of time on the web, I don't have many favorite URLs. Okay, here's a bone: one site I frequent is
Forgotten New York
-- a great find for NYC insomniacs.
It looks like the site is overdue for another rebuild.
Edited 12/29/12 by
This domain is NOT for sale!