Update - September 2013

Update - September 2013

All this new website stuff has got me really pepped up to start writing again after a little break that I guess was somewhat another hiatus. But like I said on the old blog, everything's gonna be business as usual...and a little more.

On top of the tech insights SH22597 has been consisted of for the most part, I'm going to be working on a series of posts that'll delve more into the musical side of things, which I think will be an unfamiliar, yet interesting experience. I'll formally reveal all information on that once I get a few posts and ideas jot down in my drafts (y'know, to make these things more definite).

I'm also hoping to put a new concept up, hopefully before the end of October. I know, it's a long time, but there's a reason why it takes a while to get these things done. Alongside the written text (and making sure I nail the articulation) for the post, I'll have to spend at least a few hours at a time creating the graphics and such. I have a whole plethora of new ideas that I want to chisel out in stone on the blog, but the effort is quite immense.

One more thing I'm hoping to post on the blog are my SLR shots. I've been meaning to post these for a while now, but I couldn't widen the body on SH22597 so that the shots looked good. Now that I've got a lot more elbow room, that obviously ain't the case anymore. So expect a lot of pretty pictures to marvel upon in the coming months...

On a more personal note, I'm three weeks into the new school year, and it already feels like three months had past. The workload has increased greatly from last year, but I'm finding myself a lot more interested in the subjects I'm learning, so it's all good. After all, A Levels let me pick my own subjects. One thing I have in the back of my mind right now is convincing the school to jump the school magazine bandwagon and create a blog that anyone can post on. Not like a forum, but an actual blog managed by a webmaster/editor, with posts submitted by email from students that could be of any year group. In fact, maybe even teachers can get involved!

It makes it so much more accessible than a magazine, which needs to be formatted, printed, promoted, and distributed. Plus, students like me find themselves online probably half of all their free time, and all it would take to gain access to the insights of the school is a simple URL to type into a web browser. I don't know about you, but I find the thought of that quite entertaining. It might actually cause people within campus to be more interested with the events that occur and the people that pass them by in the corridors...

Well anyhow, crazy dreams aside, you could probably tell that I'm quite optimistic looking forward, both of school life and the blog. Let's just hope that nothing would end up stopping this freight train, because I'm just getting started...