initially started as a Geocities website when I was in 6th grade. Over the years, it has slowly evolved into a place where I can practice and become familiar with web development as it progresses. I started out coding with Microsoft Frontpage, then moved to Dreamweaver. Initially, there was very little coding, and it was all WYSIWYG. However, as I learned more, I could make it more interactive.

I incorporate drawings and blog posts to keep those that are interested updated. Through the evolution of the website, I was forced to learn HTML, PHP, CSS, XML, jQuery, javascript, and the handling of MySQL Databases. I've put online some code samples.
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What I've Been Up To

Before you begin, click play on this video. It's what I'm listening to as I write this:


The last post was quite a while ago huh. I suppose it's time for my bi-monthly (that's every two months, right?) post.

Since the last post, I've finished my Junior year of college. That was pretty exciting, but it's good to be home. I had one week of freedom, and then I started my 9-5 internship for the summer. I am currently three weeks into it. It's pretty good. I've learned a lot so far, like Visual Basic and C#, and made some pretty cool programs (the coolest of which was a simple to do list with add and remove functions). A typical day starts around 7:20, at which point I make breakfast and do ironing if necessary. I'm at work from 8:30 to about 4:30 or 5. I get home around 5:10, and either go for a run or workout by 6, and that's done by 7. I then eat dinner, and mope around the house complaining how we don't have enough protein. I then make my lunch for the next day and head to bed. It's not too exciting. But the weekends are super exciting.

Since school ended, I basically have the time from work ending until dinner to run/workout. Resultingly, I have been running a lot. It's fun, and I just got a new pouch for running. I got a new phone (Android, Thunderbolt), and wanted an arm pouch to run with to replace my iPod. I searched a lot of places, and found that the ArmPocket xtreme i-30 was the best fit. I originally ordered the i-20, but it does not fit the Thunderbolt (especially if you have the extended battery). However, their customer service department was super nice and let me send it back paying only the shipping to get it back, and they mailed me the i-30 (with the $5 charge it cost to upgrade to the more expensive version), and I love it. I went on my first run with it yesterday and it really hugs the arm and doesn't bounce around at all, which was really nice. It's exactly what I wanted. So if you're in the market for a Thunderbolt running arm strap, I'd strongly suggest the Armpocket Xtreme-30. I'm not getting paid to do this, I just figured if somebody else was in the same boat as me, this might help.

I've also been more in the literary arts. I've started a book, finished a book, and am in the middle of three books

Cone-ing at McDonalds
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