I’m thinking about changing platforms again, which I think is a bad bad thing in terms of consistency, but…
I started building a portfolio website over the winter, but I never quite finished it, mostly because I didn’t have all my clippings together and everything. And since I work on a touch pad on my laptop and not an actual mouse, getting everything exactly where I wanted it was a little touchy.
As part of the website though, I had built in a blog page, though obviously I never used it, since I never launched the site. (Or thought I didn’t launch the site. I Googled myself the other day and my site came up as one of the results. I have no idea how it published itself in its half-finished state, and I’m not impressed.)
I just finished my weekend (Monday and Tuesday), but since I have no plans to run away to Vermilion or Wainwright next weekend (places I’ve run away to for the past two “weekends”), I might just hole up on my balcony and build myself a website. (Though I might run away to Paradise Hill on Sunday — for work though — and I’m trying to resist the temptation to run away to Edmonton for a couple of days.)
Can I get a verdict? Should I build a portfolio website with a built-in blog? Or keep the two separate?