Well hello there! So as you can see, I’m back on paulogy. As many of you know there’ve been a number of other (not entirely unrelated) things going on lately which have been taking up my time. But for now at least, my attention has come back here - to a site and blog which I had always intended on keeping current and fresh.
And no, this is not some early April Fool’s joke. The growing popularity of sites like Facebook and Twitter have caused me to reexamine some of the efforts I’ve taken to market “the brand of Paul Grzymkowski”. While those relatively new sites, along with ones like YouTube, Flickr and countless others, now have folks from all over the world showcasing themselves and their works, I’ve been at it myself for quite some time.
My first effort, Paul’s Page of Pain, back in 1997 had existed to show off a little about who I was, and more about what I had done. It underwent a number of revisions as what I did - and considered most interesting - evolved and as I learned new techniques in webdesign. My second attempt, beautyinchaos, created in 2003, was intended to show off my work exclusively (as it contained nearly no details about myself) but did so by engaging visitors in a kind of extended conversation, instead of just listing everything on a couple pages.
But my third effort, paulogy.com was supposed to be different. Serving the same purpose initially of showcasing my work, ultimately it was intended to showcase my life - and how the things I’ve created fit into it. But it never really did. And why not?
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