New House. Kind Of.
So, my guess is that if you're not reading this in blissful ignorance on an RSS feed, you'll notice that things look a little different here. What can I tell you? It was a mixture of having outgrown what I could do with the other template and getting bored of seeing the same thing. Experts will probably tell you that it's bad practice to go changing things once they are set because people get used to things being a certain way - but this 'expert' says that if the people can't see another way sometimes looks better, performs better and is future-proofed, then the people don't know what they're talking about.
There are still a few things to clean up and some items to add as well, but for all intents and purposes, this is my new house for the foreseeable future. The biggest change is incorporating the publishing company I've set up for myself - Bad Hare - as part of the deal. There's good reason too. In passing, nobody can spell my name correctly and find themselves in the right place: thus, both addresses arrive here and I'm quite happy to have bolted that to the floor to be something I can move on from.
While I'm at it: mention of the two magic words 'publishing company' is not an invite for anything that even remotely looks like a submission. I can barely manage my own workload never mind anything else.
Back to work slackers.